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Author Topic: Re: Trim Tilt Sensor  (Read 5111 times)
libuddysmith
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« on: April 12, 2016, 11:20:26 am »

The marina replaced the sensor again and checked all connections.  Mercury had no answer for the loss of reading at zero trim to half trim.  The solution was to turn the ram shaft 180 degrees which engaged the trim sensor at rest (zero) and now reads all the way through the trim tilt range.  I had changed all 4 rams and the two on the port engine were right and two on starboard were wrong.  Nothing from Mercury Instructions indicated right and wrong position for ram shaft.  Glen this may be worth posting in Library as it could have saved me $2,000 with a twist of a ram shaft.
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« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2018, 03:07:10 am »

So I just bought a new left over Targa V-20 WT and the trim sensor works just fine when the boat is on the trailer, but when in the water and I start moving, it won't move off on down...weird!!  Any suggestions...the srvc mgr is stumped...
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