• Outboard Motor Diagnostic Software - Marine Engine Diagnostic Software

    CDI Electronics M.E.D.S. - Marine Engine Diagnostic System

    - Diagnose Mercury, Yamaha, BRP, and Suzuki marine engines using one software system!
    - Generate reports, verify engine conditions, diagnose faults, output realtime data, and more!
    - Toll free factory support Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm CST!
    - Expand your service capabilities and save time!
    - System Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 2000, 98SE, CD-ROM (USB key available), USB Port

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    Use MEDS to run a "report card" for a customer who is wishing to sale or trade a boat. Test the engine, record the run times, and show your current boat owner (or potential new boat owner) the condition of the engine before the purchase is made. This "report card" is easily generated with MEDS and can become a "service" you can provide for a nominal fee.

    MEDS contains an AUTO RUN feature which can be viewed as a "Safety Check System Review". Simply plug the interface cable into the engine under test, disconnect the power to the fuel pump ( or remove the fuse), and click the AUTO RUN button. MEDS will perform 21 critical tests of the system, from injector testing to verifying the warning horn. Simply click and start the test while you move to another job. This quick test will analyze the engine, giving you a detailed report on the condition of the motor.

    Marine surveyors can use the MEDS system in testing the condition of the engine while also inspecting and testing the vessel. This can increase your business opportunities by supporting the test of the motor. Accurate HISTORY reports are available from MEDS, providing you the information needed to complete the survey inquiry.
  • Recent Forum Posts

    CCH

    Re: Maybe over thinking

    Initial install the two ports where facing the flywheel yes

    CCH Today, 09:24 AM Go to last post
    o2batsea

    Re: Trim Fluid Changes

    If it really bothers you, the bottom comes off the pump and you can replace the filter screens and slosh out the black gunk in there.
    You don't

    o2batsea Today, 09:20 AM Go to last post
    o2batsea

    Re: Loss of power after 3000-4000 RPM's

    When you are running out of gas under load it suggests a fuel delivery issue. I would suggest that there is an issue with the plumbing from tank to cylinders

    o2batsea Today, 09:13 AM Go to last post
    racerone

    Re: Maybe over thinking

    State the facts.----Were those 2 ports facing the flywheel when you installed them in your rebuild initially.----Were they installed wrong , yes or no

    racerone Today, 09:12 AM Go to last post
    CCH

    Re: Maybe over thinking

    Hi so all pistons now have the 2 ports facing the fly wheel or top of block. Does that sound correct to you as picture 24 shows them facing the top or

    CCH Today, 09:01 AM Go to last post