If you are having a major electrolysis problem; go back to the big motor and take a look at things back there as the white power will be collecting in spots back there also. The block that is designed to collect this will be in bad shape. There will be some discoloring going on with your prop. and etc.. This pretty much tells you if there is a bad ground some where that needs to be fixed. If you don't see any thing unusual going on with the big motor, as the electrolysis will strike the two objects that hang down the farthermost in the water; then it will be just within the trolling motor. Look at another motor of a friend to compare yours to his so you can notice any major differences in the collection of the white powder on different parts of the motor, like the jack plate and etc..
I have seen motors do this because of several things:
- The plug for the trolling motor is not of the best quality.
- The plug wiring connections are not snug and as tight as possible.
- Happens more frequently with motors that are wired direct with no plug in.
- Happens most often when you do not unplug your trolling motor when charging the batteries.
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