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 on: Today at 10:38:11 am 
Started by vready - Last post by vready
It's one of the bolts for the lower unit. They are all pretty much the same so I can't tell which one.  There is one under the rubber plug where you access the bolt for the round anode and that could be it.

Thanks for the response  i appreciate  Wink

 on: Today at 10:33:55 am 
Started by vready - Last post by blkwtr
It's one of the bolts for the lower unit. They are all pretty much the same so I can't tell which one.  There is one under the rubber plug where you access the bolt for the round anode and that could be it.

 on: Today at 09:28:47 am 
Started by blkwtr - Last post by blkwtr
I found some members have installed the Fell MOB+ kill switch on their engines.  I am also installing one on my 2006 225 hp Verado which is on a single engine Boston Whaler.  The existing mechanical kill switch has three wires; one purple, one black with a yellow stripe and one black with a white stripe.  I don't find that the Fell MOB+ instructions show clearly enough, how to connect these wires to what they call the xHUB.  I would like to know how (or if) each of the three wires on the existing kill switch attach to each of the two "signal wires" on the xHUB; one of which is gray and the other one which is orange.

 on: Today at 09:02:18 am 
Started by vready - Last post by vready
Good day bought a 300 hr service kit for my L6 verado 250 hp manufactured in 2012 and after i changed all the parts in the kit i was left with a bolt that is shown in the picture next to the fuel filter and i don't really know where or what it is for, tried searching library and even in service manual but i can't seem to figure it out, can anyone shed some light on this?


 on: March 15, 2018, 07:29:03 pm 
Started by RichK - Last post by RichK
The serial # of my 300 Verado is 1B734609. I purchased a new complete oil cooler module on line back in November and it turned out that it must be the wrong part # for that motor. When the Mercury technician tried put it on it leaked oil so he removed it, repaired my module, and reinstalled mine because the new one leaked oil. If it will fit a different model Verado it would like to resell it because it is new "out of the box". The casting #s on this module are #8M003500 and MC5355701. Can someone tell me what this Oil Cooler module will fit on?

 on: March 15, 2018, 05:06:09 pm 
Started by longknife - Last post by 31Jupiter
I have the same issue with a pair of 2006 250's.  No insight?

 on: March 15, 2018, 12:19:48 pm 
Started by RY9 - Last post by RY9
35 sea hunter with triple 2012 verado 300s. The port motor has an intermittent shifting delay. It goes both from neutral to in gear, and from in gear to neutral. After moving the throttle it takes 2-4 seconds for the shift to happen. The neutral light on the throttles aligns with the motor, not the throttle lever. The other two motors are fine. Any ideas? Thanks.

 on: March 14, 2018, 04:50:08 pm 
Started by DonziDave - Last post by DonziDave
I received the replacement clips from Mercury, and the new part is a spiralock type, not the old e clip type.


 on: March 12, 2018, 08:13:18 pm 
Started by longknife - Last post by longknife
2014 300v23ld twin rigged verados

I have twin 300s rigged with power steering on my stb engine and port engine the slave via a tie bar. Both engines same hours, 1550. Stb engine is right hand rotation port side letfthand (obviously).
There is a large difference in fuel consumption between the 2 engines with stb side using up to 15-20L per hr more than port side at cruising revs (3900-4100rpm). If opened right up there is well over 20l per hr difference. At idle the difference is negligible an nothing to be concerned with but as a commercial operator that sort of difference really hurts. With 4 clients myself and crew, 700L of fuel and fully rigged for gamefishing I can have one side using 60L per hr and the other using 40L! We fish about 240 days per year so this really adds up.  Both engines are religiously maintained and serviced by myself (Im a qualified marine engineer) and a very capable outboard tech when its over my head or specialty tools are needed. Being a commercial vessel and operating in the remote Kimberly region of Western Australia we have no support so we  are very big on maintenance and looking after our engines.
I have done all the trouble shooting I can think of and cant come up with any explanation other than maybe powering the power steering is sapping power from the stb engine.

If anyone else has had this issue or could shine some light on my problem I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you your time.


 on: March 12, 2018, 12:31:15 pm 
Started by jfaisten - Last post by jfaisten
Bought 2 covers for my 225 Verado's from Rocco ILaria of GDS canvas. Glenn set up pricing with Rocco. Received the covers recently, very good workmanship.
Thanks Glenn

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