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Help! Replacement switch pad for 2003 2670 Denali!

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Vessel Info: 2003 Pursuit Denali 2670 with 225 Yamahas.

Help! Replacement switch pad for 2003 2670 Denali!

Postby Mark.Lehr » Sat Jun 05, 2021 6:24 pm

Hi all, I’m been to the forum and need help. The outboard switch pad on my 2003 Denali seems to be failing as several of the lights have stopped operating. Checked the wiring back as far as possible and all seems ok. The breakers in the c/b panel in the cuddly seem to be ok. Nothing trips. I cannot find any existing replacement switch pads. Anyone know if a stash anywhere?
Alternative is to rip out and replace with conventional switches. Has anyone done this? I have the original owner’s manual but it doesn’t go into how the switches work with the c/b panel. What I’ve read seems to indicate I have to pull out the c/b panels as well?

Thanks for your input!
Mark Lehr
Sanibel FL

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Help! Replacement switch pad for 2003 2670 Denali!

Postby Denalis20042023 » Wed May 24, 2023 8:38 am


Have you had any luck?

I am in the same situation and debating ripping out the panels and wiring it conventionally.


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