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Frozen steering on mariner 75

Steering ram on mariner 75 is immovable from steering wheel or motor. When the ram is disconnected from the strut the motor moves freely??

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Mercury Outboard - Steering Frozen Page: 1 - iboats Boating ...


Re: Mercury Outboard - Steering Frozen I just had this same problem with my Mariner 75. Your steering cable is probably corroded and froze up. I thought I'd never get ...
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How to fix a stuck boat steering cable! ( Works every time ...


Jun 10, 2013 · This is the best way to fix a seized, marine steering cable, works every time! Any other way could lead to failure. We drilled a few holes in the cable to ...

Steering Arm Stuck - Moderated Discussion Areas


Not all cases of a frozen steering are caused by corrosion in the tilt tube. In my case the steering cable was frozen up and needed replacement.
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Mercury Outboard steering frozen - Boating - Forumsee


Mercury Outboard steering frozen Search for: All categories ... The steering is frozen. Steering cable is fine I confirmed this through disconnecting at the helm ...
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Frozen steering Mercury outboard [Archive] - Endless Boating ...


Boat has remote steering with cable running through tilt tube to steering linkage. The cable is frozen inside the tilt tube. I've used hammer and air chisel with ...
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Mariner 75 HP (4-Stroke) Steering Handle Kit Parts


Mariner 75 hp (4-stroke) steering handle kit parts. Buy a genuine Mercury Quicksilver or aftermarket part.
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