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What is an externally mounted tilt switch and why do I need one

What is an externally mounted tilt switch and why do I need one?

Imagine this: You are at the launch ramp and are about to float your boat. The engine rests on the transom saver/trailering bracket. If you own a Suzuki outboard 40 horsepower and up, you won't have to climb into the boat to tilt your engine up to remove the trailering bracket. Conveniently located on the side of the engine is a switch that allows for easy raising and lowering of the engine.