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Old 14 November 2007, 07:15   #1
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trim tilt problem

just got suzuki df 140 out of workshop and ptt seems to have packed up,motor runs fine ,solenoid cliks,but no movement of ram, any thought any one.
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Old 14 November 2007, 07:26   #2
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Obvious thought would be PTT oil level. Have you checked this?
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but would it not still trim down if oil was low ?
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will trim up till out of oil but wont trim down
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It is not a solenoid but a relay and it is probably stuck or has bad contacts.
Replace.
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geting no where any body got workshop manual
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Maybe test the motor etc by connecting it straight up to a 12v supply
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Maybe test the motor etc by connecting it straight up to a 12v supply
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.....motor runs fine.....
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Before you try anything else has the manual overide screw on the side of the transom saddle been slackened off?

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sorry, the motor that runs pump does not seem to cut in
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