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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you haven't fixed this already, take the pastic water pick up covers off there are two joiner nuts in there undo them, there is a plastic cone on each end take them off and it will slip through. I own the same model and year outboard.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
First thing you need to do is remove the shift pin it is located underneath the carburetors it is a 3/8 head you will probably need a 1/4 drive swivel socket. After that you can take the bolts that hold the lower unit on off. I think there is four 9/16 bolts on the sides and a 5/8 above the prop and you might need to take the trim tab off and get another bolt under there. It might take a dead blow hammer to get it loose. If you are doing a water pump it is pretty easy just make sure to spin the drive shaft clockwise while putting the housing back on
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
Check Srew Pivot Pin On Side Of Gear Box !
Sounds Like It Has Missed The Shift Cam Pivot Point
You Should Be Able To See The Whole That The Pin Should Go Into
When It Is Lying on Its Side
Posted on Mar 17, 2013
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