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Old 07-30-2010, 09:11 AM
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Getting ready for the weekend and went to trim the drive up and nothing using the trailer trim.

Motor trim works fine. But trailer trim nothing?

I had moved the pump of to the side to fefinsh the floor yesterday and it di tip on its side for a moment.

However after reinstallation I trimed it down to install a drive shower and now it will not trailer trim, only the running trim.
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Old 07-30-2010, 09:19 AM
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Is the solenoid clicking? Did it leak Fluid?

If the solenoid is not working, clean wire connections and retry. If this still does not work, and you cant find a replacement right away you can jump it with a screwdriver or wire jumper like a starter solenoid.
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Old 07-30-2010, 09:37 AM
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check the plug for the wiring mine did the same thing a while back unplugged it and plugged it back in no problems since
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Ok Dumb A$$ here with a new boat.

After pulling the switch panel and using my test light I found the purple from trim was power out for up and has a jumper to the trailer switch.

So I say to self how could it have power to the trailer if I don't have the other switch activated......ya hold both down...

First boat that the trim was not on the handle (dual controld) so guess that is a safety so you don't activate the trailer trim runnig.
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Trim limit switch stops it then you have to push both switches.
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i didnt even think about you not pushing both buttons together LOL
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