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Author Topic: VesselView and Verado...and another question  (Read 167 times)
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« on: February 03, 2020, 10:54:25 pm »

Hello all.  I have a 2018 Verado 300 L6.  It was rigged with Vesselview 502.  My installer/dealer was not well versed with it and it took time to get operational.  I continue to have an annoying issue with fuel level.
  - I do have a fuel tank sender and made connections they recommended....but cannot get fuel level from tank sender.  Tried everything I could.
  - So, I setup the tank and based level on consumption.  This seems fairly accurate (off a bit after a season of use if I am accurate with refill), but I find I have to continue to go in and setup the tank.  It seems like when I power down and back up, I lose the setting for basing tank level off engine fuel flow rates. 

Anyone familiar with vessel view setup and can help me a little?

By the way...I do love the motor.  I put it on a 1984 Seafarer that I restored....so a 22' Grady White.  It runs well.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gURstYtVMWY
As a side, I am curious what a 350 or 400 would have gained me in performance or mileage improvement?

Thanks so much!
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