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pascooter94

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I have a 93 evenrude intruder 150 and it went out today,whats going to be the cost of a new one?

or would any one have one to sell?

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Look into repairing it. New one gonna cost you $600 or better.

The electric motor that runs the hydraulics can be replaced for around $130. If its hydraulics I'm sure that can be fixed considerably cheaper than a whole new unit.

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You could try Twin City Outboards or Outboard recyclers for a used one. What part of yours went out? Electrical or Hydraulic?

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the motor, went out today and tap it with a rubber hammer and it moved slow back up, so how hard is it to do?

looks like you have to take the ram out to get the last bolt out, or is there any other way to do this,

hope to get it out today.

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You should be able to remove the motor without removing the entire unit and replace the motor only.

marine_man

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Take motor to any electric motor repair shop and they will rebuild it for 1/3 of the price of a new one. I know Faribault has a good one, but you are in New Ulm.

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sounds like the brushes. Pretty common problem. Can be replaced for under 50 bucks

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pascooter94, Take the pump motor down to B&F Electric. Talk to Jim, he'll get 'er fixed for ya. Phred52

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thanks all,

took it out and they found a crack in the base that the water got in and rusted up so I put a new used one and its up and running.

thanks..

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