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2009 230 Challenger Starting Issue

cschafer71

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Boat Make
SeaDoo
Year
2009
Boat Model
Challenger
Boat Length
23
I recently installed a Blue Seas switch and added a house battery to my boat. I separated the 2 starter positive wires and the the positive wire from the start battery to put on post 1 and he positive wire going to the fuse panel and dashboard to post 2 on the switch. Now when starting the boat I must combine the batteries to get enough power to start the boat. Batteries are all good and connections are good. Any help would be appreciated!
 
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