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slow pull rope on outboard...

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What is the problem? Will I have to bring it in or is this an easy fix? I'm not too mechanically inclined confused.gif

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Recoils slowly?

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Yes Hanson, that would be the case...

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If it recoils slow it sounds like it's either binding on something or the recoil spring has given up the ghost. If it's the spring it's a fairly simple fix to replace. Or, for a few extra bucks and less hassle you can install a new recoil.

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