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    Question Steering and Reverse Cable Routing Questions

    Does any one have any good pictures or information as to how the Virage TXi Steering and Reverse cable are supposed to be run?

    Also looking for pictures of the wiring by the EMM and battery . . . trying to re-run my wiring correctly.


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    Sorry, it's late and dark right now. I'll try to get you pics tomorrow

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    Thank you in advance

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    Please forgive the mess. Hope these help.
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    Yes they do.

    Can you tell me or confirm, it looks like the reverse cable stays outside of the engine mount at the rear and probably runs down the left side of the hull all the way to the front.

    An it also looks like the steering cable runs ON TOP of the rear engine mount bracket next to the engine. Does it stay next to the engine the entire way, or does it swing out past the engine mount?

    My steering cable was "under" the engine mount brackets and I am not sure that is correct . . .

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    Sorry, didn't see this until now. I'll look tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfarnam View Post
    Can you tell me or confirm, it looks like the reverse cable stays outside of the engine mount at the rear and probably runs down the left side of the hull all the way to the front.

    An it also looks like the steering cable runs ON TOP of the rear engine mount bracket next to the engine. Does it stay next to the engine the entire way, or does it swing out past the engine mount?
    You are correct on both guesses.

    As for the steering cable, I cannot see it enough to tell if it runs the whole length of the engine. But yes, it runs over top of the mount at the rear.

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    Thank you! I think mine ran UNDER the rear mount... but I also think the motor has been out before....

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