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bruceh
08-09-2008, 11:59 AM
"Hello I have twin 2006 Volvo Penta D4 Diesels that will occassionally get an alarm and then kill during shift. The code says it's a shift actuator fault (which does seem obvious). The dealer sent me new shift actuators, because the boat is in Mexico. Then everything worked fine, for a while. After 200 more hours it's doing it again. I removed the cables and they seem OK. Has anyone had this problem? Thanks for any help."

kezza
08-15-2008, 01:54 PM
Shift actuators are a known issue. In my opinion I think it is internal components not being sufficently strong enough. i have seen more and more of these units failing. Just keep claiming under warranty for new ones.

hjackson123
01-13-2009, 08:30 PM
Have a problem with my D-225 stalling. On another forum a fix was made by replacing the helm computer. My boat is at the dealer now so hope this is the fix that is needed.

Herb

lethal_lee
01-28-2009, 05:13 PM
Hi Bruce
there was also a service bulletin with the gearshift sector units in the drives if your running dp-h drives.Get serial numbers checked with dealer.Theres a replacement part.