If you have an out board model, do the process Ernest T recommends. If you have an I/O, the fresh water tank is located in the starboard back corner up against the transom. You'll be able to easily see the tank and water level by pulling up the back seat/engine cover.
Thanks guys, much appreciated
Another suggestion regarding the fresh water tank, if you don't already do it. Although we don't use the fresh water on board for drinking, I always add chlorine bleach to the water I put in the tank to prevent nasty stuff growing in there. I put 1/4 teaspoon of plain bleach (NOT detergent type bleach) per gallon of water (1 OZ per 24 Gallons for higher volume calculations) and this has kept the tank and water clean.
thats a really good idea @cjjjdeck thanks!... i always have to run the water a little before using it because it smells funky
Using the bleach process should eliminate that. But you might want to add a stronger solution at first to clean what may already be in the tank. Just let it sit a day or two, pump it out, then go with the standard formula and the funky smell should be history.
any idea how many gallons the 187 holds? @cjjjdeck
Give me the year 187 and I'll be happy to find out.
Never mind skid, I just remembered the great deal you got on a 2014 trade-in! I'll be back.
13 gallon tank on a 2014 SD187