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Is there an app for Mercury outboard motors?

Is there an app for Mercury outboard motors?

Mercury Marine’s new VesselView Mobile app puts the power of SmartCraft on your mobile device. Available for iOS and Android mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, the VesselView Mobile app instantly provides users access to their boat’s SmartCraft digital data in the palm of their hand.

How do I cold start my Mercury outboard motor?

How to Cold Start a Mercury Outboard Motor

  1. Put the motor in neutral and fast-idle.
  2. Push in the key, turn to start, and hold it in until the outboard starts up.
  3. Release the key.
  4. If the motor begins to stumble at this point, bump the key again to engage the choke & primer.
  5. Repeat until the engine is running smoothly.

What is Mercury app?

Mercury Browser is a discontinued freeware mobile browser for Android, developed by iLegendSoft. Mercury Browser uses the Webkit engine. It was formerly available for iOS, but in 2017, it was removed from the App Store.

Does Mercury VesselView Mobile water pressure?

The app is still limited to just rpm, engine temperature, battery voltage, engine hours, and fuel flow. So… Water pressure will not be displayed.

What Mercury outboards are SmartCraft compatible?


Outboard Engine Compatibility
5.0L/350 MAG/5.7L/377 MAG/6.2L MPI – GM 0M300000 and above
496/8.1L All
8.2L All
NOTE: 6.2L Black Scorpion SmartCraft compatible, 0M391777 and above.

Why is my outboard hard starting?

Make sure the engine is primed with fuel and choked properly at start if necessary. Improperly connected spark plug wires can make starting your engine difficult. Make certain all spark plug wires are properly connected and free of breaks. Also, check that the distributor cap and rotor are functioning properly.

How do you start an outboard that has been sitting?

Get some water to the engine via a garden hose. Then put on some ear muffs and let the water run for a couple of seconds. Prime up the fuel, turn the key, and hopefully, start and run the engine! If you are going to let the engine sit and run for a while, (which is a pretty good idea to do).

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