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1999 Yamaha F100 Trim Motor Problem

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The Problem: When I have the motor in the farthest up position it gets stuck. I have to manually lower the motor a few inches before it will go up or down again.

I was told by a dealer that it is a faulty valve within the pump of this particular trim motor and being that it is a '99, its not covered under warranty. Is this something I can tackle myself or should I leave this job to the professionals?

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Depends on your skills, but it may be best to let a pro do it.

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You're talking a pretty serious dive into the trim and tilt - I'd be tempted to let the pro's handle it.

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