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Old 04-13-2019, 12:26 PM   #1
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hello all, i changed the bellows in my 98 SR2. i got it all back together and the trim was working erratically then quit. any thoughts?
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Old 04-13-2019, 03:37 PM   #2
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Iím assuming you are referring to the drive trim and not trim tabs.

Is the issue only trimming up, down or both? If only up does it always go up if you use the trailer button? If so the trim limit switch is the issue, all else itís most likely one or both of the trim soleniods.
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Broncostu,
I would guess your trim limit switch is out of alignment. Probably happened when you put the switches back on after bellows work.

One of my spring projects is trouble shooting my trim (drive) "UP" operation. At the end of last season my shift/ throttle toggle switch stopped trimming UP, but the trailer button still works just fine. Not sure where the short or broken part might be, any thoughts?

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Old 04-17-2019, 12:55 AM   #4
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Doug, it must have been as you described "out of alignment" they are working properly now. i have the same issue with my shift/throttle toggle switch. it only trims down. i have to use the trailer button to trim up. sure wish i had changed out the trim switches while doing the bellows. oh well, live and learn. let em know if you find a solution. i will research this as well. Thanks
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