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Old 08 August 2016, 03:25   #1
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Throttle Cable Lenghths and Install 10hp Mariner

So my 'restoration' of a neglected 10hp Mariner 2 Stroke is coming along great and actually almost finished!

I'm currently reinstating the tiller however have a couple of issues connecting up the throttle cable. What I wanted to check was whether the cables were the same length, or is it possible I could have them the wrong way around in the housing on the tiller.

When I connect them up to the trottle it doesn't close it down enough in the tick over position. I've adjusted it as much as possible, so was wondering if the could be the wrong way around.

Thanks, Richard
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Old 08 August 2016, 04:05   #2
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In part answer to my own question, looking at the parts diagram a little closer, the cables do appear to be the same part No. so I assume the same length!

Now this means that something else isn't quite right, perhaps how I've installed it in the housing? I will strip down and rebuild but in the mean time any thoughts?

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