Continuous beeping sound

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  1. Doit Myself

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    Have twin 75 hp outboards. Both start and run fine but when starboard motor starts there in a continuous loud beeping sound that does not stop. Have cleaned all connections at batteries.
     
  2. Genius

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    ahhh...brand? Have you looked at a manual to see what the beeping means? I'd start there.
     
  3. El Mar

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    Continuous usually means overheating.

    Now, it could actually be overheating or sensor malfunction.

    As said before what motors what year?
     
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    If it's an older two stroke model it could mean no oil is being delivered by oil injection system.
     
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    Which in a short time could mean BOOM !!
     
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    The beeping means your going to hook up right after the commercial break!
     
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