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Old 30 January 2012, 12:01   #11
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Originally Posted by uncle al View Post
is the buzzer constant or intermitant?one is water and the other is oil, look in your owners h/book fot which is which.We have had in the past (swing that light) on the two strokes where the temp sender is corrosion or flakes of paint setting of the o/heat alarm, remove clean and refit with silicone grease, if its oil is the float in the oil tank rising and falling as it should?is it a wiring problem, note the oil should not leak out of a full tank when tilted up bad seal on the oil tank cap, the little valve under the breather knackered? tank cracked?
Constant buzzer. Unfortunately not got a manual for it. Any ideas? Its a 1998 engine
Tank OK. Rubber seal on tank just old so becoming perished I suspect.
Oil float must be OK as it works at all angles and fill states.

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