Category Archives: NEMA 2000 Troubleshooting

The Importance of Cylinder Drop Testing and Inductive Ignition Testing in Marine Engine Surveys

These graphs were taken from my diagnostics computer when I was conducting a cylinder drop test on a Mercury Verado, in-line six cylinder, 2.6 liter, supercharged 250 HP outboard engine. The graph to the right with the significant drop is … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting NMEA 2000 Systems in Marine Engines

  This is what DC electricity looks like using an oscilloscope. What you are looking at in this photo above is an Evinrude E-Tec 50 HP outboard engine connected to digital gauges through a NMEA 2000 backbone connection. The photo … Continue reading

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