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Old 07-14-2007, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Tilt/ trim problem help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have two tilt switchs (one on the bow and the other at the throttle) and for some reason the way to raise and lower the prop is by holding both buttons at the same time(the one at the bow and at the throttle).I;ve replaced all fuses and relays and still nothing its a 2000
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Old 07-15-2007, 01:55 AM   #2
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Hi Larry....something doesn't sound right...first off..welcome to the zoo......second off...why is there a switch on the bow for your trim switch....the drive switches for a 2k model yr is on the throttle...the other switch should be the trailer switch...also on the throttle.......so I don't know what would cause a switch on the bow..what switch??....what size boat and engine drive combo do you have.....alot more info is really needed in order for some sort of suggestion can be given....

sorry can't help but I just don't understand what's happening....also...where do you boat at??....
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well it not actually a maxum, its a glastron ski and fish, with volvo penta engine.. theres a tilt control, and a controller for a trolling motor also in the bow area.............theres no glastron forum
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well..welcome to the zoo....a boats...a boat.........I really don't have any experience with a trolling motor...so...I'm hoping one of the other guys can chime in here and help out.....hang on.....
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