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2019 Nautique 200 Jump Switch Cable - Help Please

z_skierz_skier Posts: 36 Baller
Dilemma: Our club has just gotten the new 200, however, we cannot find where to hook up the jump switch cable. We were told it is wrapped around the pylon, but it was not. We have an extra Jump switch cable (the long cable that hooks up to zero off and to the switch) but we cannot find where to hook that up either.

If anyone has knowledge to help us, please share! We have already talked to Nautique, but still could not find where to plug it in.


  • dislanddisland Posts: 1,394 Mega Baller
    Its typically zip tied to a wire bundle under the floorboard near the pylon. Look for the female end of the jump cable connector to make sure its the correct one.
    Dave Island- Princeton Lakes
  • LiquidZoneLiquidZone Posts: 13 Baller
    Call Bryant Boats and see if they know
  • mbabiashmbabiash Posts: 553 Crazy Baller
    Mines zip tied just as @disland said under motor box by pylon
  • z_skierz_skier Posts: 36 Baller
    Unfortunately it is not zip-tied to the pylon, as it should be. We were trying to get in touch with Bryant through Nautique, but have yet to receive a specific contact number. Luckily we are very good friends with our region's Nautique promo team and they are doing what they can to help us out!

    I will probably post again when the solution is finally reached.
  • eleeskieleeski Posts: 3,975 Infinite Pandas
    The black plug in the ZO harness is for the jump switch (the others are grey). At tournaments we often plug directly into that with our own jump switch harness. The jump switch is a white plug that plugs into the other end of that harness.

    Look under the dash?

  • Jody_SealJody_Seal Posts: 2,909 Mega Baller
    "Look under the dash"
    That's funny!!
    Only because I have the distinction of taking one of these new 200's apart.
    Definatly not what we are used to construction wise.
    If it was me I would take the cover off the hydro gate actuator under the passenger seat and look for the jump switch cable their!
    Hobby Boats can be expensive when the hobbyist is limited on their own skill and expertise.

  • cdscds Posts: 1
    Same problem with my new 2019 200: you have to search under the pylon! There is a cable bunch which you have to disentangle (cut the ties) and then you can pull out the wire, but you have to do this without really seeing what you do... messy but it can be done
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