Question about Light Outboard Motor Boat Bass Fishing Saltwater Base
This means a shear pin or rubber hub may have broken. Take the prop off and look at the center. If there is rubber kind of crumbling thats the problem. Or if you see something like a broken nail-thats a shear pin. However if neither is true then unplug the sparkplug boots. Put the throttle in forward and turn the shaft by hand. If it still freewheels the shiftrod came apart inside the housing. You may want to take it in because the attaching parts or something in the gearbox came apart.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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