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Oil in shift solenoid housing 1971 johnson 125

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  • Oil in shift solenoid housing 1971 johnson 125

    When motor is operating properly and fluid levels are correct, should there be oil in the shift solenoid housing in the gearcase.1971 125 j0hnson hydro-electric shift.

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    Re: Oil in shift solenoid housing 1971 johnson 125

    Yes there is oil in there .--------Any issues with this unit ???

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      Re: Oil in shift solenoid housing 1971 johnson 125

      Originally posted by racerone View Post
      Yes there is oil in there .--------Any issues with this unit ???
      Yes, as we talked about a no shift problem a couple of days ago, and decided the plunger was not operating as it should, purchased a new oil pump at a discount and decided to replace the pump since i was dismantling and after inspecting shift solenoid housing noticed a rubber seal partially blocking the lever hole where solenoid plunger seats. Thought the valve housing seal was not in there properly so ordered another.

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        Re: Oil in shift solenoid housing 1971 johnson 125

        Brickster, you got two posts going here on the same subject. Please stick to one as it's less confusing.

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          Re: Oil in shift solenoid housing 1971 johnson 125

          You will be needing Bombardier Premium Blend oil for that lower unit. It's only for those electric shift gearcases.

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