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Motor runs fine but won't steer

Motor runs fine turns on off speeds up and down plenty of charge in battery motor make's sound like want's to turn but will not move

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: i got a new 70 pound motorguide trolling motor.

Well if it goes in reverse, to me that would suggest that the batteries are wired in reverse? Either that or the controller has gone faulty?

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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SOURCE: motorguide wireless 24volt trolling motor,

Hi thommo5473,

Do you have your owner's manual? If not, here is a website with the document: http://www.motorguide.com/userfiles/file/Support/OwnersManuals/2011%20Wireless%20Manual.pdf

From what you've said, I'm not sure exactly what is going on. The instructions state that the control will beep when it's on and a button is pushed, then you'll get a longer beep when it goes off.

Now, the fact that you don't get a speed change... did you just push the button and let go or have you tried just holding the button down? Just pushing and letting go will give just a slight change, but holding the button down will give a greater speed change.

In the troubleshooting section, they give things to do if something doesn't work, such as reprogramming, the control doesn't have the serial number of the remote entered into its memory.
Other reasons for problems are weak batteries, etc.

Try the things in the troubleshooting section of the owner's manual, then if that doesn't work, call the service number in their. They should help you out. If something's wrong with the system, then they should replace it.

I hope this helps, if it does, I'd appreciate your vote. Thanks,

Handie Andie

Posted on Apr 14, 2011

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I believe you may have a bad low voltage circuit board problem. I do not think they make the board any longer but you may be able to convert it to work by bypassing the circuit board. I am working on one now.

Posted on Jun 20, 2011

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SOURCE: i have a brute 567

check the power switch for voltage,, short it across the pins and see if the motor runs, if it does, replace the switch

Posted on Jul 05, 2011

jsbenson
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SOURCE: i have a brute 567

You will need to check the 12/24 switch, constant/momentary switch, momentary push button. This is after you have made sure you have electricty to the trollong motor.

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