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carlo2533 posted 04-21-2011 07:40 PM ET (US)   Profile for carlo2533   Send Email to carlo2533  
just bought 19ft 2010 montauk. i need a wash down so i thoght i should tee off the top of the sea cock for the live hose can go to the raw water pump the tsunami live well pump can go to the other. any suggestions or coments before i do this .if i leave the sea cock open will i get water in my live there a better way to do this ? any suggestions or comments would be great
SJUAE posted 04-21-2011 08:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for SJUAE  Send Email to SJUAE     

Have a look at my Outrage 210 layout : pdf

Compared to yours

I note there is also a valve to stop the raw water back syphoning the live well


nydealer posted 04-21-2011 10:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for nydealer  Send Email to nydealer     
I would have to look at the livewell pump to make sure but on the Dauntless there is a knock out plug on top where you can connect in to hook up a wash down. Just a matter of plumbing and adding the connections.
RobP posted 04-22-2011 08:34 AM ET (US)     Profile for RobP  Send Email to RobP     
On our old 200 Dauntless there was a connection below the front baitwell pump that ran a line to the raw water pump.

Look at the lower left side of page 1 the above diagram.

For more information on the raw water pump refer to:

The nice thing is that since the connection is made before the livewell pump you don't need that on to run the raw water pump. If wired correctly (or use the correct pump) the pump will only run when you press the nozzle.

You may want to contact Boston Whaler customer service or your dealer for some information.

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