1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 50 thru 70 3-cylinder Service Manual, Page 302Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 50 thru 70 3-cylinder Service Manual, Page 302

Description of Operation vaving, oil reservoir, oil pump, electric motor, and two hydraulic trim cylindersAttached to the
trimmed out positionAttempts to tilt the motor when operating over 1500 RPM will have no effectOperation of the unit in the
down direction is the opposite of movement in the up directionThe tilt cylinder moves first until the swivel bracket is resting
on the trim rods, which then begin to move f1l The power trimtilt unit consists of manifold that contains all L!J manually
without electrical assistance using the manual release valve on the starboard side of the unitThere is a screwdriver access
hole in the stern bracket The slotted valve can be opened to allow oil to flow from one side of the tilt cylinder to the
otherThe manual release valve must not be opened more than one and one-half turnsThe manual release valve must be closed
to reactivate the motor's shock absorption system and reverse thrust capability The motor can be raised or lowered through
the tilt range f2l trim gauge is provided with the motorA sending unit is attached to the port stern bracketIt is accessible