340 SUNDANCER THREAD

Would slower cranking then cause not enough gas to flow the Starboard engine.
Phil - you have this in two different threads so it’s difficult to follow - I would stick with one thread (the other one). As I mentioned electric fuel pumps are just that, “electric” and pump the same pressure, unless the voltage is way too low. This is highly unlikely based on your description.
My advice - let‘s focus on the other thread as this is for 340 specific.
 
Phil - you have this in two different threads so it’s difficult to follow - I would stick with one thread (the other one). As I mentioned electric fuel pumps are just that, “electric” and pump the same pressure, unless the voltage is way too low. This is highly unlikely based on your description.
My advice - let‘s focus on the other thread as this is for 340 specific.
Copy that.... I didn't think one of them posted. It is a 340 however. 2000 Sea Ray 340 Sundancer.
 
That little space where the front berth curtain is kept. Because the floor slopes up this little space can't really be used so a folding shelf seemed like a good idea. 4 1/2" x 16" long board some hinges and a magnet and a fender washer to hold it up out of the way and you have a usable space.
 

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2002 340 Sundancer, I have 2 Bilge pumps in the very back center. One is broken. Anyone know what brand and size? the auto one is still standing, but the manual one is broken / nozzle for hose is broken off. want to replace both while down there.

attached a pic incase this will help identify. While I know I can probably buy better, I would like this to be as painless as possible to replace, so same pump would be idea. connect wires snap in base/ replace base with same screws kind of of deal.


Looks like Rule by the stripes, and the red base, but what size?

This thread looks like Rule 1500 or 2000s both work.

How in the world to get back there.....

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View attachment 148319 We changed over to Garmin from original Raymarine. Put a 7610 in place of the Raymarine GPS, removed the worthless speedometer, added Garmin MFD display, N2000 network, Garmin Reactor AP and SeaStar Hydrolic steering. Absoutely wonderful system. Even has a remote for the AP.
Nice set up. What was the part numbers for the Sea Star Hydrolic steering ?
 

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