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    1999 GP1200 steering to left only is it easy to fix HELP !!

    1999 GP1200 steering to left only is it easy to fix HELP !! I went out today in rough water, and was having some fun, then I went to steer right and nothing ! then I aimed to the left no problem, the cable is only working in one direction


    Any ideas or help would be great thanks


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    Is there anything stuck between the nozzle and the hull keeping it from turning right?

    If the cable was broke, i would think it wouldn't turn either direction.

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    no it is on the trailer it only turns in one direction to the left wont go back to the right unless I force it I hate to buy a complete cable assembly if I dont need it thanks

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    Check the operation of the rubber ring between the steering nozzle and the reduction nozzle. Sometimes the rubber gets stuck on extreme turns. Some people remove the rubber piece.

    Or the cable is bent somewhere and only catches on right turns. Inspect the length of the cables and see if you see any bends.

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