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Direction arrow does not work can it be replaced?

The direction arrow does not work can it be replaced? it is not just off in position it moves around freely. Is that easily corrected?
It is a 70 lb thrust motor with foot petal.

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Maybe easily fixed... Take the head apart...just 3 or 4 screws up from the bottom. The direction arrow is "driven by a plastic gear that may have a "C" type ring holding the arrow and the gear together. The arrow sits on top of the gear like a car radio knob sits on its control shaft...with knurled splines. If either one is stripped or broken you'll have to purchase a new head housing...around $50-$60. Good Luck and God Bless

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