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Yamaha tilt and trim relief screw #13757867 11/05/20 04:35 PM
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My 2012 175 HPDI tilt and trim relief screw loosened while on the water. I put the boat on the trailer and tightened it. Put the boat back in. It didn’t have the power to raise under power. I found a seal leaking. I replaced both trim pistons. I still have the same problem. It seems to be full of fluid. After bleeding air it seems to work ok but after sitting for awhile to problem reappears. I have repeated the bleeding process 3 times. Same result.

Re: Yamaha tilt and trim relief screw [Re: Stick um all] #13757972 11/05/20 05:43 PM
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I would ay got water in pump nd need to get it rebuilt and flushed out


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Wylie ,Texas
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