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flatscat2012 12-02-2019 04:36 PM

Replacing C10 gauge
My old c10 stopped working so I am about to buy a new one. Has anyone tried replacing the c 10's with one of simrad i35 replacement gauges with any luck or should I just go back with the c10? Thanks for the help

BlueRacer 12-02-2019 06:52 PM

MaxMarine can repair your C10 AND make it close to bulletproof.

Moonlighter475 12-02-2019 07:11 PM

The C10 and the IS35 are the same hardware, just slightly different software. You wont get Suzuki fault codes, alarms and service reminders on the IS35, so IMO there is no point getting one of them over a C10.

It depends on how much $ you want to spend, but if your engine is 2015 MY or newer you do have the option of changing to the new Suzuki OEM gauge, it has proven to be almost 100% reliable since if was introduced here in Aus in 2015. They dont use the engine interface cable and dont rely on a NMEA2000 network, so that takes several other potential problems out of the equation too,

Maybe you can tell us what the symptoms are with the current C10, it may not be the gauge it could be the interface or something that we can help you get going again? I would say 8/10 cases it is not the gauge itself that is the problem. Tell us what you have tried so far to get it working again too. Otherwise you might out a new one in and still have the same problem....

My understanding is that Max Marine can fix the broken button issue on C10 but that’s all. If the problem is something else I dont think they have any magic wand.

flatscat2012 12-03-2019 04:27 AM

The buttons quit working and the screen fogged up. I sent it to another shop before I knew marine max could fix them and they were unable to repair it so bought it as a project so I no longer have it.

Bronto 12-19-2019 04:17 PM

How do I contact Max Marine?

alex88 12-21-2019 02:11 AM

they did my C10. Works great now

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