The Top Bracket on my motor guide great white broke in half when releasing it from its locked position on the boat to get the propeller in the water. How do I find a replacement. Or is that under warrany if less than 3 yrs old
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You will need a special tool to do that job. It is just a 10/24 long bolt bent to form a crank and a nut spun on it and soldered or double nutted to keep it in place.
Remove the top slotted bolt and replace it with the tool.
Release the pressure on the cross pin by back winding the spring- and remove the cross pin.
The starter gear will slide up the shaft after you remove the flywheel. Or you can loosen the 2 screws on the top bracket.
Now release the tension on the spring and pull the core from the spool.
The spool comes out and the rope must be freed from the guide.
The reverse is about the same- feed the cord and spool it up attach the handle.
Replace the top bracket if you removed it. Put on the starter gear
grease the spring with light grease inspect the nylon base and coil anchor (tiny brass cinch squeezed on to the stub of spring coming from the base.
Now -with the tool- wind the spring backward about 5 times and insert the pin thru the gear and into the shaft. With the tool in place pull the starter thru several times to see if the tension is right and you didn't forget the rope guide..
Replace the original screw to hold the pin in place.
Turn off power to machine and have a 5/16" or 1/4" nut driver handy take off front door of machine. Take a rubber coated Screw driver and place across the terminals of the Capacitor to discharge any stored electricity. Cut wires for blower Black, Red, white, two browns one with white lines on it probably. Look inside machine and locate where bracket holds squirrel cage to air handler and there you will find either 5/16" or 3/8" screw remove pull bracket out. Then you will need a 1/2" socket and a crescent wrench. Remove screws for motor bracket that is attached to squirrel cage. Also you need to loosen the set screw that attaches blower wheel to motor. Apply wd-40 if needed to remove blower wheel from motor. Then install new motor on the flat part of the shaft comes through wheel attach set screw to motor shaft at that position. Install new cap that goes with motor. place entire housing of motor back into air handler and then follow wires that where previously cut back to either relays, sequencers, or fan timer board located in top section of air handler. Tighten everything up and turn power on and make sure air is coming out of vents. Then your good to go.
this is hard to say without seeing it, but the mount is one piece but then you have the bracket part this bracket bolts to the motor and the mount sits in it, and a bolt or nut holds the mount to bracket then the other side of mount goes to the frame.
dont think the bracket had anything to do with that,try and start with out bracket in am again,the white smoke maybe coolant entering the combustion chamber as it sits, this may be caused by a leaking intake gasket or a bad head gasket, also oil leaking down the valve guide or getting past the rings would cause this but the white smoke would have a tint of blue,good luck,
no. a unmodified transom bracket may need to be moved not removed. Since the tilt motor is out you will need to manually lift the engine. you can see the picture diagram at www.yamaha-motor.com. click on outboard motors,parts and service, view parts catalog. find your year make and model by following steps listed at top. select power trim and tilt assembly. in the picture you will see the location of the Manuel release valve on the starboard side. turn the Manuel release valve then lift the engine. tie it up or use a stand to keep it up,do not use the tilt lock. with the engine in full tilt position, you can see the motor. some brackets are modified were you can remove the motor without moving the transom bracket. If unmodified you'll need to follow these steps. (1) lower the engine back down.the steering arm needs to be removed from the steering cable and swung forward. do not remove steering arm from engine. on the starboard side of the engine you will see the steering cable going into the steering cable tube. (2)a 1 1/6 nut secures the cable to that tube remove it and slide cable out do not remove it.(3) lift engine again and secure it. your about to remove the motor mount bolt so make sure you secure the motor completely (4)remove upper and lower transom to bracket bolts remove bolts on the port side only.(5) you will see three bolt that go through the transom bracket to the trim and tilt assembly. remove them.(6) if all bolts are removed you will be able to slide the port transom bracket to the left out of the way(7) remove tilt/trim motor.
You need to take out the tube to see the 2 latches at the end of the 2 rails still has spring attached. The 2 latches keep the tunb in the place when it closed. They are replaceable The white plastic guide is broken because of the the brittle plastic and it is OK.
Hhi, It could be the basket brackets have jump over the shipping bracket and will not let the basket center it self.
There are 2 clips in the gap between the top and thefront panels. use a flat blade and push in on the clips releasing the front panel. It will lift off. The bracket I mentioned is located under the motor. There are 2 brackets and they have holes in them. If the basket is lodged against these 2 brackets, just bend them down toward the bottom to get htem out of the way. They serve no purpose. While you have the front off, the basket hangs on each corner. Make sure eash corner is still attatches to the hangers.
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