Hi all, is there an sort of adjustment to help lower my " klunk " when shifting from neutral to forward? reverse is abit "softer". My tach is off, BUT, i can say my idle is nothing i would consider higher then normal. ( just got a tach, installing this weekend to help insure rpm @ wot & idle are correct)
Could it be a shifting fork problem? or maybe is there an adjustment out of calibration?
i have the service manual for the my gt150. but it didn't say much in the remote section or gearcase section on adjusting. when i replaced the water pump, the shifting rod seemed like there was no adjustment, then again, i wonder if by turning the shift rod it could adjust this. i left the shift rod the way it was when i reassembled.
Also, at low speed, wake zone speed or trolling. my boat (19ft checkmate) it will "S" from port to starboard. with the engine centered, it will swing port 2 or 3 ft, stop drifting, then start to drift to starboard, 2-3 ft over then stop, and go back to port. repeatedly over & over. My trim tab/dial (above the prop) is set to 2. should i center it more to 1 or 0?
thanks all and be safe out there.