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Cross

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  • Birthday 10/12/1963

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  1. I have a Mercury/ Mariner power trim 3 ram unit with new motor and pump that I used on my 1991 Mariner 100 hp. I know it fits several other year models and HPs
  2. I have 2 pumps to 2 separate manual switches, each pump has a Brown/Black wire. I see two black wires and an orange one from the boat to connect the pumps to. Is their one common power wire and 2 grounds just cant remember. Thanks
  3. After installing a after market trim motor on my 1991 100 HP Mariner their were 2 wires from the old system that weren't needed for the new motor. Problem is my tach doesn't work now. The 2 wires are from the voltage regulator that connected up to the old trim motor relays. Does anyone know where these get connected?
  4. Tilt/Trim leak?

    I have the Three ram system with side fill port on my 100hp mariner. Took motor assembly out to fix it and when I put it back in and ran the trim a seal/o-ring blew on me and started leaking fluid. ? is was there something I should of done after I put the motor/pump assembly back in.
  5. Motor Electric Trim?

    Took apart the motor and found it was a little wet inside, the brushed were sticking and it needed a little cleaning on the armature. Works great for now. The bad news is when I finally got it to work and went to work the trim downward a seal blew just down from the fill port. Don't know what happened there.
  6. Anyone deal with any online outboard parts sites. I am looking for options on a trim motor and the cheapest I found is around 280.00, are there remanned trim motors out there that you can buy.
  7. I have a 1991 Mariner 100hP. Motor trim is very slow in certain position of travel then speeds up, it has been doing this since last year and finally this past weekend it completely went out where all you could hear was the relay clicking. Had to turn relief screw to move motor up manually. I know under normal operation there is a slower portion of travel until motor reaches a certain point then speeds up the higher it gets. Motor issue? Can battery have enough power for starting but not enough to operate trim?