Question about Raymarine St 4000 Wheel Drive E12093
my wheel pilot on my raymarine very loose moving up and down with no resistance. I assume the locking mechanism on the inside of the wheel has broken. Anyone deal with this before? I've called Raymarine and they have said that it should be sent in. In the interest of time and money I would like to effect a repair myself.
I had face with similar trouble
I went to RayMarine Web site and got an ecopy of the manual. Inside there is a 3D Blow up of the inner workings of the Auto Pilot. There are a couple of shear pins inside on the clutch lever. It shows you how to disassemble the auto and replace the shear pins. Total cost was $0.20. It works GREAT now. No more problems. I was also was able to give the inner working a good cleaning and lube. I have a soft copy of the manual if you need it
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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