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7 day(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Fuel Filter
Depending on the year, you may have a "cool fuel" module, in which case the spin on canister filter will be concealed inside a black plastic housing down low on the side of the engine.
2 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Quick question for the experts.
If you're talking about the seawater pump, yes it will be quite difficult to turn by hand with a dry impeller.
3 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Mercruiser 8.1L Pitot code
Is that the only smartcraft gauge, or do you also have a smartcraft (Mercury) speedometer as well?
3 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Mercruiser 8.1L Pitot code
Can you post a pic of the gauge/display you have? I can probably email you the operators manual.
3 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Mercruiser 8.1L Pitot code
So you want it fixed but don't want to fix it???? As Ttyler said, it is a "minor" fault code and shouldn't be throwing a constant code on your display. I see it on every smartcraft boat I put on the diagnostic computer, but only have seen it once...
3 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Mercruiser 8.1L Pitot code
I remember helping a customer with this issue last year. You'll need to go into the setup menu for your gauge, and in the speedometer section select "gps speed" as the input rather than the pitot sensor. The gauge will then stop looking for a sign...
4 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Replacing the Marker Light Bulb
Correct. The chromed plastic is riveted or screwed to the trailer. The yellow fixture is sealed, you cannot replace just the light bulb. Those fixtures come in two styles, one has the wiring terminals centered in the fixture, one has the terminals...
4 week(s) ago
meathead65 made a post in this thread: Replacing the Marker Light Bulb
The light pops of the fixture. The two tabs at the top and bottom of the housing, gently pry them outward and the light assembly will release.
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