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Posted: May 25 2010 at 09:28 | IP Logged Quote czechmate

Re: 2003 36SS, Manual indicates that there are 2 alarms you might hear at the helm. (1) High Temp, (2) Low Oil Pressure.  Does anyone know if low/no battery voltage would cause this alarm to sound? While running (3000rpm) experienced alarm but neither temp or oil press. gauge indicated a problem, but voltmeter was at 10.
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Posted: September 07 2010 at 14:18 | IP Logged Quote Capt Thib

Did you get this resolved?  Low battery voltage, anything under 11.5 volts will typically start giving engine computers fits, with all kinds of errors.  They should shut down, though.  If you voltage is that low, you probably have a alternator problem or loose wire somewhere - check the battery first, then the battery selector switch - on back.

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