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  1. Sticky: http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1...

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  2. Sticky: If it's out, it might be worth while to spend the...

    I'm surprised my fuse wasn't blown because like I said, I had to put the gear end in the vice and turn the motor housing back and forth a little at a time and it broke loose, I was just curious...
  3. Sticky: And for those keeping track, the maximum draw of...

    And for those keeping track, the maximum draw of the rebuilt motor when it hits the end stops does not exceed 500 mA. The locked up motor in the ski was drawing just over 3A, which caused the fuse...
  4. Sticky: I used a C clamp again to press the arm down so I...

    I used a C clamp again to press the arm down so I could re-install the pin.

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    Install the O-ring, attach the motor leads paying close attention to the correct polarity. (not sure if...
  5. Sticky: Seal installed. Note the back of the seal is now...

    Seal installed. Note the back of the seal is now flush with the back of the mounting plate.

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    Install the actuator arm and spring.

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  6. Sticky: Install the cover. If the halves don't close...

    Install the cover. If the halves don't close completely, you have a spacer or washer missing or in the wrong spot.

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    Install the four screws holding the cases together.

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  7. Sticky: Finally install the thicker washer on the top of...

    Finally install the thicker washer on the top of the output gear. Obviously, the gear was already installed but this shows the washer better..

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    Reassembly complete.

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  8. Sticky: Install the output gear and shaft. Don't forget...

    Install the output gear and shaft. Don't forget the collar.

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    Next two gears

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  9. Sticky: Time for reinstall. The order of installation is...

    Time for reinstall. The order of installation is very important down to the last washer.

    This is the OEM motor and gear, not the replacement. The reassembly contains pics from both of my trim...
  10. Sticky: Replacement motor side by side with OEM. ...

    Replacement motor side by side with OEM.

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    Replacement seals side by side with OEM. Replacement on the Right. They are sitting on the replacement's box.

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  11. Sticky: This trim motor will only operate when the engine...

    This trim motor will only operate when the engine is running, but does not require an MFD to be connected. The MFD simply senses the "on" voltage and moves the meter at a specified rate while the up...
  12. Sticky: Also note the collar on the output shaft. ...

    Also note the collar on the output shaft.

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    With all parts removed, you can see the two screws securing the motor. If the motor is seized, remove these two screws.
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  13. Sticky: Last one to go before the output shaft. Note the...

    Last one to go before the output shaft. Note the small diameter gear and how long it is. This will help identify during reinstall.

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    Finally remove the output shaft. Note the thin...
  14. Sticky: Watch out for this spacer. It may be buried in...

    Watch out for this spacer. It may be buried in grease.

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    Remove the gear that spacer was sitting on next.

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    Note the very thin washer underneath. It is easy to...
  15. Sticky: Next remove this large spacer. ...

    Next remove this large spacer.

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    This is the next to go

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  16. Sticky: Note the thin washer on the output shaft. This...

    Note the thin washer on the output shaft. This can sometimes stick to the top of the housing. Be sure to locate it before moving forward. Remove the washer if it is on the output shaft.
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  17. Sticky: Case opened, with all gears residing on the...

    Case opened, with all gears residing on the "bottom" half. This is the half that the motor attaches to. This trim motor was in good operational condition.

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    This one was not....
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  18. Sticky: Removed oil seal. 335712335713 Seal is...

    Removed oil seal.

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    Seal is 3/4" OD x 1/4" thick. Output shaft is 3/8" Seal appears to have a double lip and spring retainer. McMaster Carr 5154T31 is the correct replacement.
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  19. Sticky: Remove the actuator arm and spring. ...

    Remove the actuator arm and spring.

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    Next remove the 4 screws holding the gearbox to the mount plate. Note that these 4 screws along with the output shaft present an opportunity...
  20. Sticky: How to disassemble, clean, rebuild, and reassemble trim motors

    My trim motor was blowing fuses, so I had to remove and inspect. It was from a 95 SL750 originally, so I assume the arrangement of a Fast Trim Version is different.

    Figured I would document it...
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