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Below the gear selector is a threaded spring loaded rod which moves when selecting gears there is oil mixed with water dripping from the top of this rod what would the problem be ?

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    This item is a suzuki DT16 outboard motor for a boat 16 horse power

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It would help to know what we are talking about. What equipment do you mean?

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    Thank you, that will help us provide better assistance and good luck.

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