Question about Boating
You can raise motor but it will not come back down lever acts like it could be broke can not get it to release and come down
Starting with simplicity... most of the manual levers are pressure-based. In other words, in order to get it to release, you have to actually lift the motor off of it to get it to move. Some of them are also spring-loaded, so you may want to make sure it 'looks right' and that it isn't mangled, bent, or broken.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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