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i have a 1996 lund 1775 prov tiller and the rear liveweel stopped working and i can't find the pumps there not by the transom like most boats.

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Not sure if yours is the same, but I have a 2001 1775 pro V tiller and in mine there is a smaller rectangular piece of flooring right where your feet would be planted when sitting in the back seat. This piece is not screwed down and I have to stick a flat tip screw driver down along the front edge of it and wedge it upwards. Once it's up I have to kind of "wiggle" it forward and it comes right out. This also works good when washing the boat out to allow larger volumes of water to get down and to the drain hole.

As stated above, you can test to make sure you have power getting to the motor with a tester. Just to make sure you don't spend the $$ on a new pump and it's a fuse or connection that really is the problem.

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Wavewacker's got the location correct, although there usually are screws holding it down. It's either directly behind the front deck, or directly in front of the rear compartments, and is in the middle of hte floor.

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