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    The one it left the factory with was.

    The one it left the factory with was.
  2. Thread: new merc 4s

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    Should not be a problem when properly broken in,...

    Should not be a problem when properly broken in, and run with the CORRECT oil level.
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    You can put a strainer in the line... but the...

    You can put a strainer in the line... but the best answer is to stay out of the sand. Just think what's being deposited in the crevices and valleys of the Engine Block, Cylinder Head and Exhaust...
  4. Be sure to check and provide your WOT RPM's and...

    Be sure to check and provide your WOT RPM's and Water Pressure (if available). Those can be very helpful, when combined with GPS speed.
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    If you would, please take a moment to review the...

    If you would, please take a moment to review the Announcements at the top of the Forum, and be sure to provide the Required Info when posting. Thanks! :beers:
  6. Yes, one is Quicksilver, one is Mercury.

    Yes, one is Quicksilver, one is Mercury.
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    What sensor (exactly) did you install, and how...

    What sensor (exactly) did you install, and how was it installed?

    What is the water pressure reading KEY ON, ENGINE OFF?

    And, are you still trying to use the old System Monitor?
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    Sounds like a sender or crosspin (Upper Pin,...

    Sounds like a sender or crosspin (Upper Pin, Shockrod) problem.

    Make sure the crosspin is properly retained by the Tri-Lobe Pin (pin not sheered off or missing).
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    :thumb up2:

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    Compression Test, Gearcase Check, check...

    Compression Test, Gearcase Check, check midsection and trim for wear, slop or play, inspect jackplate/fasteners, check steering system for wear or problems, check fuel system, along with...
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    :thumb up2: Great to hear! Might be a good idea...

    :thumb up2: Great to hear! Might be a good idea to make a post in the Loans and Warranties Forum (a general review of your experience) so others can benefit from it.
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    If you would, please take a moment to review the...

    If you would, please take a moment to review the Announcements at the top of the Forum, and be sure to provide the Required Info when posting. Thanks! :beers:

    Might want to use your phone to...
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    There is a spring-circlip on the Verado-Style...

    There is a spring-circlip on the Verado-Style Gearcase that retains the Driveshaft Seal Carrier in place.
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    Engine came with a Verado-Style gearcase (from...

    Engine came with a Verado-Style gearcase (from the Factory). What PART NUMBER was installed?
  16. Remote Tank Faults (Fuel or Oil) will not result...

    Remote Tank Faults (Fuel or Oil) will not result in a WARNING HORN (they simply display a Smartcraft Fault). :wink:
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    If you would, please take a moment to review the...

    If you would, please take a moment to review the Announcements at the top of the Forum, and be sure to provide the Required Info when posting. Thanks! :beers:
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    Generally expected shelf life is 5 years (up to 2...

    Generally expected shelf life is 5 years (up to 2 years with dealer, 3 years with consumer). Will likely last considerably longer when kept sealed and stored in a reasonable environment.
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    If you would, please take a moment to review the...

    If you would, please take a moment to review the Announcements at the top of the Forum, and be sure to provide the Required Info when posting. Thanks! :beers:

    Might want to complete the phone...
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    If you would, please take a moment to review the...

    If you would, please take a moment to review the Announcements at the top of the Forum, and be sure to provide the Required Info when posting. Thanks! :beers:

    110-135 psi, with a max variance of...
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    Make sure there is absolutely no debris, grit,...

    Make sure there is absolutely no debris, grit, grime, sand, belt leavings, tie straps, leaves, etc. inside the cowling- they WILL end up in the engine (likely in the reeds) resulting in damage or...
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    Glad you took Joe's excellent advice. :thumb up2:

    Glad you took Joe's excellent advice. :thumb up2:
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    Yup... Houston, that's definitely a problem!

    Yup... Houston, that's definitely a problem!
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    Yes, it actually would as there are multiple 2.5L...

    Yes, it actually would as there are multiple 2.5L Optimax cowlings.

    And, it's required when posting here. Feel free to open a new thread with the required information- will be more than happy to...
  25. Good catch- that would have been one of the next...

    Good catch- that would have been one of the next items to check had we confirmed accurate/good pressures.

    BOLTS are the correct fix (studs will repeatedly come loose... the whole idea of nylock...
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