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Jump switch on 196 with ZO

bojansbojans Posts: 277 Solid Baller
Looking to find the connection for the jump switch on our 09 196 but cannot locate it. Do we need an extension harness or is there generally one already attached?


  • dislanddisland Posts: 1,410 Mega Baller
    I believe you plug the jump cable into the head unit. However I forget which port. I remember there was confusion on that when it first came out. Best to ask ZO guys. Unfortunately Nautique did not put jump cables as standard equipment back then
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  • dbutcherdbutcher Posts: 389 Crazy Baller
    disland is probably right because he owns an 09, but I would look very carefully in the bundle of wires zip tied together in front of the tow bar. It may be there but hard to see.
  • Jody_SealJody_Seal Posts: 2,952 Mega Baller
    You will need an extension harness. I dont think the harness were wired in til the 200's.
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  • eleeskieleeski Posts: 3,975 Infinite Pandas

    A picture of a wiring harness. The black plug is the jump switch. The extension harness plugs into the black plug and has the white small plug at the other end that connects to the switch.

    Any source for the plug (or a Mouser part number?)? AutoZone sells the white plugs for rewiring the switch but I haven't found the black plug. My old harness got corroded and lost.

  • skihardskihard Posts: 564 Crazy Baller
    Where does one source out new plugs for these or parts?
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