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    1995 SL-750 trim questions

    My trim runs in the opposite direction of the button,

    When I push up it goes down and vice a versa,

    Should I reverse the Switch wire or reverse the trim motor wire?
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    Does the MFD display move in the same correct for the actual nozzle?

    Trim nozzle down means bow down, and the MFD should indicate bow down.

    If the nozzle and the MFD are in sync, then the switch wires are reversed.

    If the nozzle and the MFD are opposite, then the motor wires are reversed.

    I think I have that right

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    Reverse the wires going to the motor they can be switched in the e-box.

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    thanks,

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