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Old 03 March 2010, 09:43   #1
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Smart Craft Calibration

Hi,

can anyone explain the procedure for calibrating Mercury Smart Craft fuel gauge?

Canít find the manual at the moment but tank is empty, fuel prices are rising and seems as good a time as any to do itÖ. if i remember right it is done as you fill the tank.

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Old 03 March 2010, 09:55   #2
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Pm me your email address and I'll send you a pdf manual

Edit: Ignore that see linky here

http://www.brunswickmarineemea.com/download/dosearch/@isnew/desc?mod=4&lang=EN&categories=SMARTCRAFT$

You then need the "SMARTCRAFT OPERATION MANUAL _ 10229023" file

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Many thanks... looks like it will take some time at the pumps then!
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if your sender is accessible I find it easier and better to do this by removing it and then moving the sender through the 1/4, 1/2, 3/4/ full range - pausing at each set point for several seconds
If you do it at the pumps you really need to stop for quite a while at the 4 settings as there seems to be an inbuilt delay ( presumably to prevent the gauge forever moving whilst underway) - this dores iritate others :-)
Failure to do this results (IMHO) in a very poor calibration.
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