You will have to remove the faucet assembly before starting the repair.boat neutral switch If you are not sure how to do this, ask someone at your local boating shop for some help. Remove all the water hoses, pump, and any other hardware including the faucet body from the faucet. This is important as you will want to take the boat out of water for repairs. Take note of the manufacturer's warranty on all fittings to make sure you get a replacement in case the one you purchased breaks. Once you are done with this step, you can proceed with step two. Now look at the soldering iron that was provided with the switch and determine if you need to purchase new equipment or if a different type of switch will work just fine. Some people prefer to have the neutral switch pre-soldered to the mounting post, which will help eliminate any future troubleshooting.
Connect the new switch to the wiring already in place. Make sure the wiring is secure and install the cover plate. This will provide you with an extra layer of protection if something should happen to the switch. Turn the power back on to ensure that everything is working correctly and try the switch out to see if it works as expected. If not, try switching the wiring again and make any necessary repairs.
When you have successfully installed the switch, take time to prepare your boat for the installation. Remove all hardware from the switch and other switch components such as the plug and the wires. When you are done, unplug the power from your boat and set up the area where you will be working. It may take some time to get the right angle for the switch so take some time to do this correctly. It is easier to have an accurate angle when you are standing at the switch so take your time with this step.
You will probably want to sit at the switch for a few moments so you can switch the battery on. Make sure that all the vessels that are docked at your dock are ready to go and start up the motor. If there are any safety or other concerns about your installation, take them care of prior to proceeding any further. These last few steps are fairly simple and you should have no problem installing the boat neutral switch.