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  • What is the ACC switch?

    I just bought a 2001 Stingray 190 FX. The front panel has a trim, bilge, ACC, and the trolling motor plug in. What is the ACC switch for? Thanks.


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    Re: What is the ACC switch?

    Welcome to iboats!

    "ACC" stands for "accessory," which could be almost anything: cabin lighting, fishfinder, hailer, electric dog polisher, etc. It may not even be hooked to anything at the moment, but is available should you wish to add something.
    Bob
    Orange County, NY
    '88 Bayliner 1700 Capri Bowrider, 85 HP Force O/B, "Sea Weasel"
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    Disclaimer: Although I am a member of the USCG Auxiliary, the opinions and advice in my replies are my own and do not necessarily reflect CG or CG Auxiliary policy or regulations unless so specified.

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    • #3
      Re: What is the ACC switch?

      Thanks! I'm assuming it's not hooked up to anything yet since nothing appears to happen when it's turned on.

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      • #4
        Re: What is the ACC switch?

        Probably is an open connection in the fuse pannel that you could hook up some other type of electronics on your boat. My previous boat had two ACC switches and I added a few gadgets and used them.
        JimMH
        2008 Larson LXI 208,
        Volvo 5.0 GXI, 270HP

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        • #5
          Re: What is the ACC switch?

          It's the same thing aa the one om your car when you turn the key to the left. Turns on the radio, AC, power windows. etc.

          That's assuming you don't have a keyless ignition and no way to turn the engine off in less than 3 sec.--sorry, but when the local CHP guy bought it, 3 seconds qt 100 mph is nearly 450feet.

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          • #6
            Re: What is the ACC switch?

            Originally posted by NYBo View Post
            Welcome to iboats!

            "ACC" stands for "accessory," which could be almost anything: electric dog polisher, etc.
            great thanx! now my wife wants one!
            "Just Chillin" 1995 Donzi 275 Medallion Merc 7.4 I/O Bravo 3
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            • #7
              Re: What is the ACC switch?

              I have my cabin light, fish finder-depth finder, and hard wired GPS hooked up to my acc switch. I can then just remember to hit that switch when leaving the water & not kill my battery.
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              • #8
                Re: What is the ACC switch?

                Just gonna run this flag up and see who salutes:

                ACC switch = 12v blender...
                2001 Carver Voyager 374 'Stick's Competition'

                Something tells me I should be on the water....

                If I answer your upholstery questions, it's only because I've been doing it 20+ years...

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