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The engine will need to be hooked up to a scan tool in order to pull fault codes, and see what is causing the alarm.
If the boat is newer than 2001 and has Smart craft gauges the codes can be pulled out that way. is the boat newer than 2001, and does it have smart craft gauges?
No, those are not smart craft gauges. These are what the smart craft gauges look like.
No the hour glass doesn't mean anything, it's just like a "Check engine" light. The engine would have to get hooked up to a scan tool to figure out what the issue is. There are a number of different reasons the alarm will beep.
There are to many to list. I don't think that we are going to be able to help you here on the website, you really need to take this into the dealer.
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While there are many causes for the alarm on your engine, the most common ones are engine overheat, battery low or high, and the gear lube bottle being low on oil Check to ensure that it is not one of these items.
Hello, did filling the bottle silence the alarm?
Ok, this beeping alarm could be many items. From the battery voltage being low, to a shorted sensor. troubleshooting this will take some time and a digital multimeter. Yet we may not actually be able to locate the cause without a engine scanner. How would you like to proceed?
With the engine running?
Thea gear lube sensor is an on/off switch. you can unplug it to see if the alarm stops.
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