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  1. Jutta


    Joined Aug 1, 2013
    10 posts, 0 likes
    Hunter 336
    US Lelystad
    We do have a 96 Hunter 336 and a problem with the Autohelm ST4000. Don't laugh as me, but I cannot find the fluxgatecompass. Where is it normally placed? By the way. I already checked the boxes wherein the lenspum is installed and (although it perhaps would not make sense) the other one with the batteries, and Victron battery. I checked the box behind the compass with the holder wherein you can place the max of 4 softdrinks. HELP PLEASE and million thanks in advance for any solution.

  2. Whatfiero1


    Joined Mar 29, 2017
    179 posts, 29 likes
    Hunter 30t
    US littlecreek
    Can't Identify for your particular boat but usually installed near center of boat

    Last edited: Sep 3, 2017
  3. jssailem


    Joined Oct 22, 2014
    4,842 posts, 1,479 likes
    CAL 35 Cruiser
    US Salem, Moored Port Everett WA
    It will be wired in your boat to the other components. Follow the wires.

  4. ice breaker

    ice breaker

    Joined Sep 11, 2011
    210 posts, 18 likes
    Hunter 41
    US lake superior
    on the newer 41s it was in the bilge, or on mine in the wall cavity in the forward cabin. I found a TV 12 volt transformer right next to stupid. That got removed along with the old TV. Tracks much better now.

  5. Bill Roosa

    Bill Roosa

    Joined Jun 6, 2006
    6,943 posts, 134 likes
    Hunter 40.5
    US Harrington Harbor North, MD
    Find the AP control box and its manual. Identify the fluxgate's wire position (don't need to take off the cover just count the wires from one end till you get to the right ones identified in the manual. Then follow the wires. The unit is a 2ish inch round black and about 2 inches tall.

  6. smokey73


    Joined Oct 26, 2010
    552 posts, 96 likes
    Hunter 40.5
    US Beaufort, SC
    Mine was installed under the aft bunk in the starboard opening below the bunk (the square piece of plywood with a finger hole in it). It could have as easily been in the port opening. Seemed to be a little close to the engine for me so when I installed my new unit I moved it all the way forward under the cabin sole in the V-berth. Just have to remember to not let anyone store any metal nearby. I accidentally laid a battery operated drill right on top of it and the autopilot when wonkers. OOOPS!

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    0 posts, 10 likes
    US Seattle
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  8. JamesG161


    Joined Feb 14, 2014
    2,489 posts, 611 likes
    Hunter 430
    US Waveland, MS
    It should be a 3x3x3 black box, with Autohelm on the cover, one cable, and on its lonesome.

    I found mine, in the aft cabin, port side, and by the layout of your boat....

    In the head board storage of the bed area.

    I'm guessing of course.

  9. shemandr


    Joined Jan 1, 2006
    3,324 posts, 458 likes
    Marblehead Skiff 14'
    US Greenport, NY
    On my 356 I think it was located on the centerline aft of the aft berth. I don't remember exactly but look under the berth towards the rear or above the liner in that area. I had the boat for a few years before I found it.

  10. jssailem


    Joined Oct 22, 2014
    4,842 posts, 1,479 likes
    CAL 35 Cruiser
    US Salem, Moored Port Everett WA
    You usually don't find it till it becomes important to look. Then it shows up in the last place you look.