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Old 28 September 2008, 05:29   #1
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Tldi Tohatsu owners, help...

Hi,

I mounted the cables on my Tldi 90hp and think I am missing a part for the throttle cable retainers under the cowl.
I put the cable in the retainer that is mounted to the underside of the engine but the cable can jump out of the retainer so that I have no more control over the throttle......

Can somebody post a detailed photo of the throttle/shift cable retainer(s) under the cowl of their engine (tldi models).

Thanks
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Old 28 September 2008, 23:55   #2
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Hi,

I mounted the cables on my Tldi 90hp and think I am missing a part for the throttle cable retainers under the cowl.
I put the cable in the retainer that is mounted to the underside of the engine but the cable can jump out of the retainer so that I have no more control over the throttle......

Can somebody post a detailed photo of the throttle/shift cable retainer(s) under the cowl of their engine (tldi models).

Thanks
Hi
Maybe can get this info here : Check MD90B Owners Manual

http://www.tohatsu.co.jp/en/boat/download/index.html

Happy Boating
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Old 29 September 2008, 05:46   #3
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Hi Stingraymax
If you are talking about the retaining clip that holds the cables in place where they enter the engine.This clip stops them moving backwards and forwards and would give you the problem you describe. I will take a photograph tonight and post for you.
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Ok I found what I did wrong.

The top bracket ( the one that holds down the rubber where all the cables go thru) needs to be hooked under the bottom retainer that holds the throttle/shift cable.
I dind't do that, changed it and is perfect now.


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