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Old 29 April 2006, 11:50   #1
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Power Trim & Tilt hydraulic leak!

Thought I was on my way to the water this weekend when I saw an ominous patch under the engine (an older Yamaha 115 2-stroke)

So the power trim / tilt system is leaking but I can't work out exactly where from. A quick 'up' just results in a squirt of fluid and no movement. I don't want to try that too many times to see where it's coming from.

Any ideas please on common points of failure or how to establish exact problem?



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Old 02 May 2006, 05:38   #2
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Mike, have a chat with Dean in Drivers Wharf, Southampton, 07749633797, has a lot of older Yam spares and good bloke.

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