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Old 01-03-2018, 05:18 PM   #11
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I'm hoping someone can answer, as I cannot. With power assisted cable, you can turn the wheel from side to side and move the outdrive (albeit with a good deal of resistance) even if the engine is off. Can you do the same with straight hydraulic? I assume you would need the pump working to do so.

Embarrassing, as I have hydraulic steering on my current boat, but never tried it.
A true hydraulic system does not require any power so yes you can operating the steering without the engine being on. Based on the manual the OP provided this will still function as the Auto pump is in parallel to the helm pump.
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