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    i am looking for recommendations for a trustworthy repair shop to take my boat. the problem i am having is with my trim. it will no longer trim up, neither my trim switch or the trailer trim switch will work. it trims down just fine with the shifter trim switch. i did "jump" the up solenoid and the drive went up, so the hydraulics are working. i tried a new "trailer" switch with no changes. i did bypass everything and ran new wires up to the trailer switch just so we could us it on vacation this last week but i really want it fixed correctly. i don't want the wife driving and overtriming the motor. i am now in uncomfortable waters with trying to diagnose this further. any recommendations for a shop would be appreciated. the boat is a 26 Kachina Force with a 496mag and bravo 1

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    PM Outdrive1 here on the boards... He owns a shop down there Outdrive Exchange is the name of it I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forkedup View Post
    i am looking for recommendations for a trustworthy repair shop to take my boat. the problem i am having is with my trim. it will no longer trim up, neither my trim switch or the trailer trim switch will work. it trims down just fine with the shifter trim switch. i did "jump" the up solenoid and the drive went up, so the hydraulics are working. i tried a new "trailer" switch with no changes. i did bypass everything and ran new wires up to the trailer switch just so we could us it on vacation this last week but i really want it fixed correctly. i don't want the wife driving and overtriming the motor. i am now in uncomfortable waters with trying to diagnose this further. any recommendations for a shop would be appreciated. the boat is a 26 Kachina Force with a 496mag and bravo 1
    theres a 3 wire conector comes in from the transom and plugs into the engine this is your digital side unplug and see if the trim works you wont have trim limit but it should go up and down if it dose u need a digital trim sender hope this helps

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    thanks for the info dave. i will check into that and thanks again for getting us back on the water earlier this week, the vacation turned out great after picking the boat up from you.

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