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Just bought boat & prop will not in gage all the time

Controls will not let prop in gage all the time

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Put your motor on the garden hose after you remove the propeller (you don't want to step into a spinning blade). remove the cover and start the motor.

Have some one shift the motor (without engaging the throttle).. This will show you which cable is the shift cable.Disconnect the shifter, and while it's running, shift it full forward and full reverse to fin the halfway point. Next return the control box to neutral and adjust the connector. Start it up and see if the control box will shift the gear box as far as you did by hand. If not you need to take the control box apart and move the cable anchor so you get more movement. Get a repair book and take pictures as the guts of a control box can be VERY confusing.

Posted on Oct 11, 2012

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