After a long season on the water, your boat can be covered in hard water spots. Here is an easy way to keep your boat and motor clean and spot-free.
Sooner or later you’ll need to locate the serial number on your Mercury engine, whether it’s for warranty registration, boat loan information or other reasons. To quickly and easily accomplish that, view the attached brief video for simple steps to find the serial number on your engine.
A quick tutorial on cleaning your outboard cowl.
This helpful how-to video shows you how ensure your outboard motor is maintained for peak performance. Here are step-by-step instructions for keeping your marine engine's steering linkages properly lubricated.
Removing sand, dirt, saltwater and other debris is critical to extending the life of your outboard motor. Follow these simple DIY instructions to flush any outboard motor.
Checking your outboard motor engine mounts is important to ensure peak performance and safety when operating your boat. Follow these simple steps to ensure your engine is secure at all times.
Ever wonder how you can remove stubborn water spots from your engine cowl? Wired2Fish host, Scott Glorvigan, explains how to keep your Mercury outboard engine cowl looking brand new with Mercury Cowl Finish Compound.
Flushing your outboard engine of saltwater or muddy water is critical to the longevity of your product. Watch this video, by Barry Stokes - host of Fox Sports Outdoors, as he provides step-by-step instructions to properly flush your Mercury FourStroke engine. For more information, please consult your Mercury Marine owner's manual.
Wired2Fish host, Scott Glorvigan, explains the Verado "break-in" procedure. If you are a new Verado outboard engine owner, be sure to follow these basic procedures from first idle to a full 8 hour break-in.
Mark Zona, "Z-Train" of Zona's Awesome Fishing Show talks with Mercury technician Jay Anderson to get some tips on how to properly break in your Mercury OptiMax ProXS. So you can maximize engine performance.
Check out this awesome video with a Mercury technician from Sport-O-Motive, in Appleton Wisconsin. He goes over the steps from changing the gear lube to checking for fishing line in the prop shaft.
Leaving fishing line wrapped around your propeller shaft can result in a costly repair bill. Fortunately, the problem is easily preventable. Mercury Pro Team member Jarrett Edwards will show you how to quickly and easily take care of this often overlooked hazard.