Cabanaboy

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  1. thanks, is this the cable below? Where did you ground it in your plane?
  2. Do you connect the cable directly to the battery?
  3. I think they wanted to get to one of the instruments (fuel pressure gauge). May be possible to repair as stated and I will do that if it can not be sourced. I think the hardest part of doing that will be disconnecting the trim switch and others, looks like a lot of connections on the trim switch and some type of clear silicone? or something on the pins.........
  4. Yeah i saw that and they must have every part ever made listed and if they cant get it easy they dont waste their time. Here is a email response from one of these so-called suppliers: "no current stock, price or leadtime, no quote. Thanks for the inquiry."
  5. Shop did it on annual, i think they removed plastic piece under windshield (Glare Shield?) over instruments etc (not sure what its called) and must have cracked it, also scratched windshield inside as well.
  6. I think what broken on mine is item#5 looks like part number 00-2959-00 hard to make out when i downloaded image is grainy can u confirm? Called Switch Cap Assembly
  7. I should have all the parts, wonder who could do it or how to find them? I have people looking like LASAR they are trying to find out from Mooney.
  8. I have called several people including LASAR, Cole Aviation in GA, My shop etc. Looks like the same part used on Ovations as well, cant believe so hard to find, i think you are right probably a avionics shop known part. thanks