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Yahama 2010 242 LS Loose Cleat

RumDiet

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I have a 2010 Yahama 242 LS My port side aft cleat has worked its way loose - Any advice on how to get to this cleat? Should I go through the speaker, or through the engine compartment????
 
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Ronnie

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Bummer In case you don’t know, it is accessed through the clean out plug cover. That is you have to remove the cover to get to the cleat.you may also be able to get to it though the port side cockpit seat if you remove the batteries and carpeted separator behind the batteries.
 
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