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The arrow does not line up with the direction the trolling motor

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  • southernseas Dec 31, 2008

    I have the same problem. What adjustment is done to correct this?

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SOURCE: the arrow on top of unit does not line up with the direction the

Sometimes when you disconect your battery for what ever reason and later hook the battery back up you will cross the wires and the motor will run backwards.

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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SOURCE: On my standard motorguide trolling motor the

put the motor in the water and ensure that the propeller is at the rear. On the head of the unit (where the direction indicator is) push down and turn the round plastic plate (this plate has the direction indicator on it) clockwise until the direction indicator mark (mine is blue and is about one inch long) is in line with the alignment bar on the non-moveable part on the head. You will hear several "clicks" and this means that the indicator plate is clicking around to the proper directional alignment with the motor in the water.

Posted on Jun 17, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a motorguide trolling motor and the front

With the top off take the six screws out and lift the cable and gear out. Next put your foot pedal at mid position. Then make sure the motor is pointed forward and reinstall the slider gear and the six screws. Last put the top on and make sure the arrow indicator is pointing forward and thats it.

Posted on Jun 29, 2010

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