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90 hp Engine trim stuck in the up position can not trim down

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Diagnostics is needed to find the source of the problem. You will need at a few tools (to access components), a test-light, and a couple fused jumpers to test the trim motor (if needed). Perform a preliminary inspection. Make sure that nothing obvious is seized or broken. Start at the trim control switch and work back to the trim tab. Bad wiring is the number one failure, then switches, relays, solenoids, motors, and then mechanical components. Sometimes these repairs will go fast and sometimes we need to pray. Prepare for the worse and be patent. If you have more information or questions, please write back, good luck.

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