Re: KILL switch couldn't hurt a fly.

gimmyjimmy /
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Thanks Ron,

The switch (pushbutton) is the first thing I'll check. The bike sat outside a couple nights at the marina and got moisture (salty air) on it. I washed it before I left, but I'll get the ol' WD 40 out on the switches.

I read your questions about the outboard motors and Fred covered it pretty damn good, if ya need more, there is a boating forum I go to sometimes and they love diving into (pun) those kind of questions.

here it is:

www.goboatingamerica.com ( click on powerboat forum)

and

www.boatdoctor.com

but if you have a neighbor that is in the business, you're only a stroll away.

jim

swim and deploy

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  KILL switch couldn't hurt a fly.Topic by: gimmyjimmy gimmyjimmy 06/11/01 10:06PM
  Re: KILL switch couldn't hurt a fly.Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/12/01 09:40AM
  Re: KILL switch couldn't hurt a fly.Re: gimmyjimmy gimmyjimmy 06/12/01 10:39PM

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