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  1. #1
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    Default Question On OMC Conversion

    Looking at the parts list, part #13 Upper housing spacer guides, where do they go? . Do you have a photo or diagram?

    Thanks.

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    I just sent you an email with attached Instructions.

    It will be from joey@sterndrive.cc

    Regards,

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    Another question. I purchased the mercruiser shift plate, I wired one wire to the negative side of the coil, and the other wire to a ground. However, I’m not getting any spark in the neutral position of the switch, when I move the V up or down I can get the motor to fire. Do I have it wired incorrectly?

  4. #4
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    It sounds like you ordered the wrong shift plate.

    There are 2 different shift plates.

    1 comes with the switch normally open.

    1 comes with the switch normally closed.

    You ordered the one that is normally closed and you need the one that is normally open.

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