I just installed a new Perfect Pass (PP) system on my wakeboard boat. For those unfamiliar, PP is like a cruise control for a boat. I have the power to the PP feeding off the power that goes to to the ignition switch so that when the ignition switch is turned on, the PP is on, when ignition is off, PP is off. Everything seems to be working fine, except every once in a while (rarely), the PP system just randomly resets while the key remains in the on position. I think it's because the there might be a bad ground connection in the wiring somewhere, but I do not know where, and I don't even know if that's what it is. I just know the wiring is pretty much a mess back there LOL! Would it be a good idea, just as a band aid (as opposed to searching and finding the bad connection - assuming that isn't practical at the moment), to throw a capacitor in there to even out the voltage drops to the PP system? If so, is it just as simple as finding the right sized capacitor and connecting it to ground and the positive on the power wire feeding into the PP system? Or are there other components I would/should think about adding as well, like diodes or something else to this circuit? Please be nice, I am not an EE and what I am proposing could be a completely idiotic idea and I am OK with you telling me so, just be nice about if you can.