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Old 05-05-2008, 18:19   #1
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Yannmar Stop Lever Adjustment

I had to replace the stop lever on my 3HM Yannmar and I have a question about properly setting up the right amount of throw on the lever. If I let the lever all the way out and advance the regulator lever it seems as though it goes into a notch and I can't pull it back in the stop position. Do I set the cable up so it stops just short? I haven't tried to start the engine for fear that I won't be able to shut it off. If I crank the engine and it starts will the governor/regulator release the stop lever from the notch? Help!

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