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A little Sunseeker help

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by mbam, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. mbam

    mbam New Member

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    I am the proud new owner of a 2005 55' Predator. I am also a die hard DIY-er with lot's of experience but for sure maintaining this will present a few challenges.

    It looks like there are some panels in the garage that can be removed for access to the rear of the engine room. Does anyone know how to remove them?

    Next on my list is a detailed wiring diagram. Can anybody point me to a contact at the factory or someplace else to get one?

    I'm just north of Ft Lauderdale if anyone has a recommendation for a mechanic that knows this particular model I can keep him busy for a while.

    Thanks!!
  2. Fishtigua

    Fishtigua Senior Member

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  3. mbam

    mbam New Member

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    I found them earlier, I will call today. Thanks!
  4. wdrzal

    wdrzal Senior Member

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    When you get the panels open, start with taking photos, print them , label and put in a safe place. Also note as much info as you can from contactors ,controllers etc. model and serial numbers.
  5. Nep6012

    Nep6012 New Member

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    A few weeks back I sent an email directly to Sunseeker at info@sunseeker.com. Someone got back to me within 24 hours and was very helpful.
  6. dman

    dman New Member

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    I’m also interested in the predator 55.How do you like the boat so far?I’ve noticed there aren’t many of these for sale.Did you buy the one from Obey with the 1050’s and the Arnesons

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