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 on: Today at 07:35:33 pm 
Started by Dtails - Last post by Dtails
I actually have two questions

1- What generation is a 2016 250 Verado?  What years are different generations for the 250hp?

2 - I notice on some posts I have read that people list their motor as a 150 i4 or 4i?  Does that mean a inline 4 cylinder?

Thank you for the help.

 on: Today at 12:04:53 pm 
Started by AS321NEO - Last post by Glen
Don’t overthink it, a couple minutes…

 on: Today at 09:00:32 am 
Started by AS321NEO - Last post by AS321NEO

I have a 200hp L4 on a Crestliner approximately 45 hrs.  I try to get her into the WIde Open Throttle range every time that I am able to on the lake that I live on. How long should I run her when wide open when I can do it? Did a search and possibly found that 2 to 3 minutes is a good target?

Had a gent that has a slip across from me that yelled “Hey, did you know there’s a noise ordinance here for that motor?”  He had a big grin on his face, and I had an even bigger grin when I yelled back, “What, I cant hear you this motor is too quiet!”  Grin  Grin


 on: May 30, 2020, 06:29:43 pm 
Started by Al18r21 - Last post by SeaSickToo
There’s a guy named Carlos in Florida that has used gauges.

(305) 331-4980

 on: May 29, 2020, 09:07:28 pm 
Started by Glen - Last post by Glen

 on: May 27, 2020, 04:58:08 pm 
Started by LJ1303 - Last post by paulswagelock
Give it some time, like a tank of fuel. Also, drain the water separator often.

 on: May 27, 2020, 02:53:24 pm 
Started by LJ1303 - Last post by LJ1303
Hey Guys, I am having an issue with my 2005 Mercury Verado 150. I had some issues with water in the fuel. I took it in for service. They f=drained the tank-Did a 300 hour service on it. And replaced the fuel modulator. The engine runs great. My issue is when I go to get her up on a plane. If I go slow and increase the speed slowly. No problems. If I go and ask her to jump out of the water and give her to much throttle. The engine starts to bump and I have to back down. Called the service shop. They are having me run a some stuff through the fuel tank. The guy said it could just be some stuff that needs to run through. So I added the fuel additive. I have no alarms or anythings. And as long as I get up on a plane slow. It's fine. Just won't go full throttle up..I have called a couple times now. The guy said give it time?? Not sure if i am over reacting or not? Any ideas?

 on: May 27, 2020, 08:48:14 am 
Started by flagman - Last post by flagman
2010 300 Verado do on Ranger 621. 4th time out this spring, idle past wakeless zone and hammer down but engine will not go over 2200 rpm, bring back to neutral and try again, same thing. Power off engine and all electronics and try again, works perfect. No alarms or horns. Run for 45 mins, shut down and fish for 2 hours, and same thing happens again. Powering off solves problem again. This happens a couple more times in two days of fishing, but not often. All systems good. I take it to Mercury dealer who puts it on computer, but no codes tripped, but he talks about fuel pump issues being similar to my problem, but he’s not sure if my year has the problem type fuel pump, any suggestions of how to go about solving this issue, flagman

 on: May 26, 2020, 01:22:51 am 
Started by Al18r21 - Last post by Eagle1tx
Yes sir , for the price you pay for the mercury label , it better hold up

 on: May 25, 2020, 06:49:08 pm 
Started by Al18r21 - Last post by Al18r21
Thanks. How does the spanner tool hold up? Is it tough enough?

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