Re: [omc-boats] Good News ... Bad News

From: Jared Bourquin <jaredbourquin97@...>
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 12:24:37 -0700 (PDT)

I had to replace both on my 66' sportsman. Normally
the click means the power is getting through the
solenoid but it isn't enough to turn the engine. Is
your battery fully charged?

--- "Gregory B. Fell" <gfell@...> wrote:
> Good News -------- I replaced the fuel sender in my
> '69 Sportsman. The fuel
> gauge is now working properly. One question - the
> new sender has a rod that
> extends to the bottom of the tank. The housing for
> the new lever can be
> adjusted up and down on the rod. The rod is hollow
> and comes out of the top
> of the plate that screws onto the tank. It is not
> capped. I don't
> understand why. I think it's for a vent. Since the
> tank already has a vent
> from the top of the tank that is plumbed to the
> transom, I believe I should
> cap this rod to prevent fumes from entering the
> engine compartment. Am I
> correct in my thinking?
> Bad News ------- on the same day I fixed the fuel
> gauge, my tilt stopped
> working. It had started to work intermittently over
> the past month or so.
> Now when I push the button, either up or down, all I
> hear is clicks. Since
> it is clicking on both down and up, I am thinking
> the problem is with the
> tilt motor. Anybody have any thoughts?
> Gregory B. Fell
> The Fell Law Firm
> 3300 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 700
> Dallas, Texas 75219
> 972-488-8177
> 214-219-4218 - fax
> gfell@...

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