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Wanted, trim motor

Discussion in 'OGF Marketplace' started by BlueSpectrum, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. BlueSpectrum

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    I need a trim motor for a 40hp force. I need to replace the one I have now because it quit working (I have checked everything out and everything electrical is fine, the motor is bad).

    I have found them online but they run about $225. If anyone knows where or how I can get one cheaper please let me know.

    The current motor is a Sierra 18-6777. It replaces: Force 819479A1,81948OA1
    Mercury 809885A1, 809885A2, 809885T2, 811674
    822870A1, 855654A1, 885654T1, 885654T2


    Any information available would be great....thanks.
     
  2. JOE W

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    get it fixed take it to a place that repairs motors , i know a place in medina , hackworths, he will fix it. does the motor smell burn up? did you put a meter a the leads? what you get for a reading? leads to ground what you get?
     

  3. BlueSpectrum

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    putting the positive meter on one of the leads and the negative to my negative battery terminal it reads 12v when I hit my trim switch (blue lead when switching up, green when down). The motor has no smell and makes no sounds when I press the switch.
     
  4. JOE W

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    I would
    1. hook motor up directly to 12 volts
    2. put ohm meter on the 2 leads see what you get
    3. put meter on 1 lead to ground see what you get