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    Just to add to my fury, the starter is clicking on the port motor now. Even with the battery combiner switched and the starboard engine hot.

    So Now I need a starter. Can someone remind me which rotation this motor is?

    Wheel looking at it from the back turns clockwise.
    1975 Mako 26 Inboard[br]1976 Mako 23 Inboard[br]1984 Rhodes 19[br]Padanaram, MA

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    Twin inboards?
    1992 211 w/175 OptiMax
    Glen Campbell, Pa.

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    • #3
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      Originally posted by radioman


      Maybe I'm misinformed but I thought both powerheads have the same rotation and the CW or CCW was determined by the lower unit gearing...so both should use the same starter.



      Inboards have completely different rotations. []

      I think I answered my own question anyhow. Don't get angry working on boats.
      1975 Mako 26 Inboard[br]1976 Mako 23 Inboard[br]1984 Rhodes 19[br]Padanaram, MA

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      • #4
        Yeah, after I typed that I remembered you didn't have outboards!

        Next question, bottom front mount or top rear mount starter?
        1992 211 w/175 OptiMax
        Glen Campbell, Pa.

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        • #5
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          Originally posted by radioman


          Yeah, after I typed that I remembered you didn't have outboards!


          Next question, bottom front mount or top rear mount starter?


          Top rear, but I'm starting to think its not the starter or solenoid. No power at the switch now, even with the batteries paralleled. Other motor in parallel it comes up fine and shows power at the batteries.

          Time to start hitting things with the meter.

          I really hate Chryslers.
          1975 Mako 26 Inboard[br]1976 Mako 23 Inboard[br]1984 Rhodes 19[br]Padanaram, MA

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