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I have a 2002 voyager pontoon boat the motor lift switch works just fine on the side of the motor, but at the console the motor will only lower, it won't go up. I'm not sure where or what to look for

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    david bugden Mar 30, 2019

    Your switch wire has a bad contact at the switch itself or at the motor... locate the clip for the motor, disconnect and apply dielectric grease to the contacts and reconnect.. If that doesn't work disconnect the switch at the helm and repeat...

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it's most likely the switch or the wiring. I would go with the switch first. I had the same problem once on a 1992 accura legend.

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have a similar boat, but it's been a year or so since I used it. Here's what I remember.

Lay it all out first. It's very confusing until you get a visual. The seat rests on two bars. These bars span the two pontoons. I believe they use pins, rather than bolts to secure it. You probably have a basket and maybe a trolling motor mount. Get rid of the mount, unless you plan on using it. If you do, it attaches to the rear basket. The basket mounts to the back of the chair and rear bar with bolts.

Next, the leg holders slide in and there should be pins to hold them in place for the right distance. If there is a stand up plate and a casting bar, you're on your own on how to attach them. Obviously they go in the front, but I have no idea how they are attached.

Mine had an anchor, but this was a huge hassle. Much easier to pull to shore than park in the water.

There is probably a mesh type piece that fits under or around your seat with bungies or hooks. It may have a fish measure on it. If it does, that goes to the front.

The oars are merely pinned in at a comfortable spots. There should be oar "stops," that slide over your oars. Again, you have to adjust the length to how long your arms are. They don't slide too easily. And, they are needed so your oars don't slide off into the water.

The side bars should have a hump to rest the pontoons on. Buy a double pump and save some time, (or an electric pump). The following is the most important fact of all, You have two bladders in each pontoon. Inflate them BOTH. Air up one from the front, then the other from the rear, back and forth until the pontoon is ready to burst. This prevents a disaster. If one deflates or is punctured, the other one has enough air to support you to shore. Strap them on and you're ready to go. And I would suggest a practice run in calm water first. They are a little awkward at first. Good luck

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SOURCE: 2002 Honda Passport, drivers side window goes down but not up??

It would be a switch. Try pushing the switch down hard and wiggling it. It may work which would indicat a switch. Since one direction works It has to be the switch ,

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