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My Yamaha 150 4 stoke. 2005 just stopped titling up and down

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My Yamaha 150 4 stoke. 2005 just stopped titling up and down and makes no noise at all can it be a fuse
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Boat
Expert:  Charles replied 1 year ago.

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Inside the electrical box there are several fuses. One of them may have blown on your engine. Make sure that you are getting 12V on the little tabs on the top of each fuse. Replace any that have blown. if they are all good, you will need to test the voltage going to the relay when you press in on the trim switch, if you are getting good voltage in, but no activation, replace the relay.

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