I have a new e-tec 150 model # E150DSLAA. When I put it in reverse and back down as if on a fish the motor pops up as if it is not latched down. What is it suppose to do?
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The motor should not pop up in normal reverse usage.
If yours pops up then goes back down when you shift out of reverse, then there is air in the system or low on fluid. If it pops up and stays up until you hit the DOWN button, then there is a valve sticking somewhere. Either way take it to your dealer as soon as possible for service.
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