Mercury optimax oil tank23.10.2020
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All my previous mercury outboards were premix so I never had to rig an oil tank. I am not sure what goes where. There is a three way splittler by the small tank on the engine and a check valve on one end the other end has nothing and the third goes to the small tank. ALso the large tank that goes in the boat has no pump in it. I am used to the Yamaha tanks which has its own pump.
SO what goes where? Join Date Aug Location Ft. The large tank has a double hose assembly that it uses, one hose will have a blue stripe on it. The hose with the blue stripe gets attached to the small oil tank on the motor and the solid black hose gets attached to a pulse port on the front half near the bottom of the powerhead.
The engine creates air pressure to the boat tank which pushes the oil back to the motor. The oil tank in the naot must maintain a good seal with no air leaks. You also need to make sure you have a non-vented large tank cap, or the system won't build pressure. Manual states to have at least 4oz of oil in small tank before starting engine, filled through small cap at top of small tank. Then you run engine with cap off small tank and allow it to fill until there is no air at all.It happened to me over the weekend.
Mercury Smartcraft Guardian System.
Alarm Four beeps every two minutes indicates the possiblity of two different causes. Water in the fuel filter or 2. Low level oil in on the on engine oil reservoir tank Guardian System will: Restrict engine RPM's which equates to speed restrictions Temporary solution to the problem.
But like with every temp solution it could cause a catastrophic engine failure. Video; if you have high speed Internet click on the HD icon after the video starts. I had determined that I had a faulty sensor on my Opti and had a mechanic make a wire lead just as you described. It saved my trip until I can replace the unit. I have never had that problem but seeing your video has made me think it would be a good idea to rig up a jumper and order a replacement sending unit.
Mine is still the original unit. I like the ease of the fix if it happens on the water with the jumper. I have the four section alarm gauge on my dash from earlier models but I keep a copy of all the alarms and the corresponding lights for my gauge on the boat with me at all times.
I also have a spare belt on the boat and plugs, filters and various other parts on board, I will now be adding the jumper and a new sensor to what I carry on board. Such a simple fix for a major problem if it happens, to get you in to shore.
Thanks for posting such a clear and easy to follow video. Aloha, Sean. Pictures are worth a words. This plasitc sword sensor is inserted into the hole for the sleeve that resides on top of the tank. It does not come into to contact with the oil inside the tank but sends an electrical current to the magnetic sensor inside the tank the monitors oil level and warns you if the tank oil level is low through the Mercury Guardian system.Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
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If I don't bleed out the air at the [under-cowling oil] tank the system will continue to draw oil only from the [under-cowling oil tank]. The dealer has not fixed it in multiple attempts. I end up adding oil to [the under-cowling oil tank in order] to stop the alarms.
This has become a real problem. If your main tank is not holding air pressure, you'll never fill the under cowling tank. With the motor running for about four minutes, remove the cap to the main tank. You should hear a hiss as the air pressure leaks out. If no hiss, there's your problem. Your main tank or its cap is leaking, or the air pressure system is leaking or not generating air pressure.
It's not rocket science, just basic troubleshooting. Last thing I did to the Nantucket was tighten down on the oil fill cap. Also, can't help but comment on how easily the Optimax starts. As you have noted, the system uses a pressurization of the remote oil tank to force oil flow to the motor. There is a procedure given for how to bleed air from the system. I have good pressure, no leaks and after three hours running I get the oil reserve alarm and oil is being depleted from the reservoir despite a full remote tank.
I top off the reservoir to get rid of alarm; the problem reoccurs again over time. Dealer can't fix it and last week, I watched the port engine blow smoke and empty the reservoir [to half-full] while at idle in four minutes. I hope this latest development will help the dealer.
Mercury Marine New OEM RESERVOIR TANK ASY-OIL 1200-8M0063190, 833069T9
Thank you in advance for any help. If it is drawing oil so fast that you can watch it go down in the under-cowling tank there is something wrong with the control system to regulate oil flow. But, before you start looking at the expensive oil pump and computer, I'd do one more diagnostic test first. Try this: Remove the oil hose not the air hose from the remote tank. Start the motor, and see if you get oil coming out the fitting on the remote tank where you removed the hose.
If you don't you have some kind of obstruction in the tank pickup. The pickup has a very fine mesh filter screen and it gets surprisingly dirty and clogged with a thickened film of who knows what.
I clean mine annually. If all looks good and oil flows out that fitting, then put the hose back on and go ahead and remove it inside the engine cowl where it attaches to the under cowl tank. Plug the fitting where you removed the hose, start the motor, and see if after a few minutes you get oil out the hose. If no, then something under the deck is obstructing the hose.
On the last fishing trip on way back in I received a SmartCraft warning on the starboard tachometer. Happened coming through rough inlet with large standing waves not sure if this had anything to do with triggering alarm. I checked engine reserve tank and it was full. Remote tank had about two gallons. I suspected the reserve low-oil sensor may be faulty so I purchased a new one for troubleshooting purposes, along with a maintenance manual.
What did I find out? I did a continuity check on suspect sensor with it still installed and it was an open circuit not good according to manual for a model. So I installed new one and did same continuity check and same results not what I was expecting if sensor was bad. So what could it be, after all tank is full. Puzzled, I decided to check port side engine sensor for comparison and it checked out just fine.This instruction sheet is a guide for proper installation of components supplied in this kit.
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The result is an outboard family that blows away the competition when it comes to power, durability, performance and fuel efficiency. The Pro XS is a perfect fit for those anglers looking to increase the performance of their foot fishing boats.
With remarkable acceleration and awesome performance, the Optimax Pro XS lineup has created a class of its own. Visit the mercurymarine. Light and Fast The compact degree V6 block combines the smooth-running characteristics of a powerful V6 engine with a slim, lightweight design, making it a great choice for almost any type of boat. It consistently outperforms other DI engines in holeshot, mid-range acceleration and top-end speed. Run with the Pros The tournament-tested Mercury ProXS lineup is the choice of thousands of performance-minded anglers.
Only OptiMax ProXS engines feature durable and responsive Carbon Fiber Reeds to control airflow into the engine crankcase, while dome-Shaped Piston Heads direct the fuel-and-air charge to the spark plug more efficiently. This results in amazing power, outstanding durability, and excellent running quality. In addition, we outfitted the hp ProXS with Solid Billet Aluminum Mounts to keep the engine from turning or twisting under high torque inch models only.
Reliability Long-Lasting Stainless OptiMax is built with more stainless steel and corrosion-resistant components, which translates to saltwater durability, longer intervals between maintenance, and lower cost of ownership.
In addition, our lower-pressure direct-injection system also provides superior component durability and longevity. Fuel Efficiency Ultimate Efficiency The innovative OptiMax Direct Injected system delivers the ultimate in efficiency, squeezing more miles and performance from every drop of fuel.
The OptiMax Air Compressor provides a steady charge of cooled air for maximum combustion efficiency.Mercury Oil Tank Level Sensor - 4 Beeps Every 2 Minutes
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Steering Big Tiller Compatible Remote. Compatible with Smartcraft Digital Technology Yes. Shaft Length L - 20 in mm XL - 25 in mm. Shaft Length L - 20 in mm. Starting Electric turn-key. Gear Shift F-N-R. Trim System Power Trim. Exhaust System Through prop. Shallow water trim range degrees Remote fuel tank optional Yes.
Shaft Length 20 in mm.