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Old 12-04-2018, 12:30 PM
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Can you get water pressure on the c10 instrument? If so what parts does it require.
Or do I need a separate gauge for water pressure only
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Old 12-04-2018, 12:39 PM
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Only if you purchase and install the water pressure sensor kit - I think the part number is 34970-98J02.
I have not installed this kit but apparently it is available for sale from Brownspoint Marine and other Suzuki dealers.
Would like to get some input from someone who has actually installed this water pressure sensor.

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Old 12-12-2018, 06:14 AM
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You can add water pressure to the C10 with the addition of a nmea2000 water pressure sensor and the water pressure install kit(suzuki sells both). In my eyes it is not needed, the suzuki runs a low pressure high volume system and you only see at times 1-5 psi at low speeds and up to 15 psi at speed. With fluctuations in pressure from clogged sensors and what not it'll drive you crazy. I can honestly say I have never installed one and no one is any wiser.
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I agree.

In any case, by the time you notice low water pressure, either the temp absolute or the temp gradient alarm will have gone off. Making the water pressure gauge basically redundant.
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