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 on: November 12, 2018, 09:58:23 pm 
Started by Capt Don - Last post by Capt Don
Also, I did not pull the hoses off to check for any holes. Should I do that as well? I thought my mechanic said they changed a hose and if so it was the large one. Should I check the small one?

 on: November 12, 2018, 09:22:00 pm 
Started by Capt Don - Last post by Capt Don
The large crimp clamps had already been changed to standard stainless clamps. I tightened them up some but they were pretty tight already. The small clamps are still the crimp clamps and they appear tight but I did not change them. Do you think I should change them to standard clamps as well? The large hose appeared to be new so maybe that's why the clamps were changed. This is a 2007/2008 Verado 250 HP, S/N 1B54600. Can you please check this serial number and let me know what year this motor was manufactured.

Please advise on next steps. Thanks.

 on: November 12, 2018, 06:00:27 pm 
Started by Capt Don - Last post by Len R
Its the lg crimp clamps that are the usual culprit......If loose replace with a standard stainless clamp from your local auto parts store.

 on: November 12, 2018, 05:57:40 pm 
Started by Capt Don - Last post by Capt Don
I'll take a look at both hoses and clamps tonight to see if there is any leaks. Is the top or bottom hose more prone to failure? I'll report back with my findings. Thanks.

 on: November 12, 2018, 03:50:55 pm 
Started by Capt Don - Last post by Len R
Check all hoses and clamps from supercharger to CAC for possible air leak.

 on: November 11, 2018, 09:02:22 pm 
Started by Capt Don - Last post by Capt Don
I have a 2008 Verado 250 on a Boston Whaler 23 Dauntless. It idles at 550 rpms and does fine when I move it up to about 750 RPM's. Thats when I notice the fluctuation in RPM's. If I set it anywhere between 800-1250 rpm's or close to that in gear the rpm's fluctuate about a 100-150. For example, if I set it at 950 it ranges from that number down to about 800 sometimes lower and up to about 1050. It continues this until I cross about 1400 and then it appears to be fine. I just had all the plugs changed and had it serviced and the shop could not duplicate the problem. Changed the rule filters as well. The first time I used it after I got it from the shop I had the same issue. They said the did not find any bad coils so I'm looking for some help. Hopefully, one of you guys or Glenn will respond to what my next step would be. This is really annoying at low rpms, and it really sounds like a miss. Thanks.

 on: November 10, 2018, 05:27:01 pm 
Started by rym50 - Last post by rym50
Yes first time found nothing. Second time found Crank Position Sensor Fault. Sensor was replaced and
Sensor wiring clamp replaced. Said it was OK but still continues to sound the alarm first thing ever day.

 on: November 10, 2018, 04:35:41 pm 
Started by rym50 - Last post by Fishin100
VesselView mobile. Few hundred bucks and is a great tool. Anyway, did the dealer run the stored codes to at least tell you what the alarms were?

 on: November 10, 2018, 03:34:15 pm 
Started by rym50 - Last post by rym50
I have a 2014 4cyl 200 Verado. On a Lund 1875 Pro V The first time I bring the boat up on plane
I get a 6sec. warning alarm then it quits and I won’t get the alarm again even if it sets for 2 or 3 hours.
The next day I will get the alarm again the first time up on plane. Seems to be at just over 4000 RPMs.
Dealer has failed to yet fix.

 on: November 09, 2018, 02:19:24 am 
Started by turtlemarine - Last post by turtlemarine


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