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Old 06 August 2016, 04:24   #11
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Bear in mind if the buzzer works it may be the sensor that is goosed. On your car the oil pressure light comes on before you start the car. It does that to show its working, but it's not wired in a way to test it, it's wired to the oil pressure sensor which with the engine off will be low... Does that make any sense? So the buzzer on your engine means something as you start not just the buzzer works but something like low oil pressure. The sensor could be faulty... I'd check the wiring from the sensor reaches and activates the buzzer if it does I'd check the sensor

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Old 06 August 2016, 06:40   #12
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Ok so this makes total sense because I had the water float sensor taken apart because I am replacing it. Just replaced it last night so will plug the battery in and check again.

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