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Old 12 July 2010, 21:22   #1
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I have a Mariner 75hp engine(2 stroke 3 cylinder) made around 2005/6 just power tilt and trim no fancy electronics, got warning noise coming on some times usually clears when I play with the trim ,it is a continues when it comes on, spoke to friend and he thought over heating warning.
It pumps water fine from the tell tale and had impellor changed late last season but could have got sand in it again but donít think so.
Any dears please
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Old 13 July 2010, 04:23   #2
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on my 97 75hp mariner any warning noises was related to low oil in the tank. maybe explains why it goes away when you adjust the trim?

i assume there is plenty of oil in there so maybe the sensor is going?

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Old 13 July 2010, 05:22   #3
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CONSTANT HORN= overheat
intermitant horn = oil
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Old 13 July 2010, 20:03   #4
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is the engine likely to overheat when there is a constant stream of warm water from the tell tale?

The constant beeeeeeep has just started on one of my Mariner 60's, but it has always had a constant tell tale that is warm and not hot.

I hope its just the sensor thats gone and nothing more serious.
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on my 97 75hp mariner any warning noises was related to low oil in the tank. maybe explains why it goes away when you adjust the trim?

i assume there is plenty of oil in there so maybe the sensor is going?

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Yes plenty of two stroke oil in tank, did think about faulty warning switch water is warm out of tell tale but not hot
Have not had a good look yet but not sure where the temp sensor is presume itís fitted into the engine block
Thanks for offer will ring uncle al, on nights this week so will try tea time 2 morrow
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send me your email address and i will send you a picture of where the temp sender is my address is alan.surman@barrus.co.uk if you still want to talk to me i leave work at 1700hrs and dont work fridays cos i am old (winding down to retirment)
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