Loud beep after engines starting
Posted 11 June 2006 - 09:43 PM
Posted 26 July 2006 - 04:13 PM
it is normal, to tell everthing is ok!
I have an 06 Speedster 200 with 430hp. Just got it back from the the dealer for the 10 hr service. One of my concerns was the loud beep I get after the engines have started and are running. It is very loud and annoying (about 4-5 secs in duration.) They could not duplicate the problem and said that it was probably a low fuel warning. It does it every time I start the engines, full tank or not. Is this normal? It really is obnoxious.
Posted 26 July 2006 - 06:29 PM
Posted 31 July 2006 - 04:13 AM
1. Good kill cord attachment / connection
2. Bad kill cord attachment / connection
3. Low fuel or oil
4. Low oil in the reserve (have a look at the little white tank on the side)
5. Everything is OK.
Posted 05 August 2006 - 08:41 PM
BUT IN THE MEAN TIME, i LOOKED AT MY SPARK PLUGS AN ALMOST FELL ON MY BACK WHEN I SAW HOW CARBONISED THEY WERE. DARK BALCK AFTER ONLY 100 HOURS OF OPERATIONS. I DO A LOT OF LOW SPEED BOATING AND MAYBE THAT WHAT ENOUGH TO CARBONIZE PLUGS AND THEN TPS SENSORS WOULD SEND DISTRESS SIGNALS....
i CHANGED BOTH PLUGS LAST MONDAY AND AM SURPRISED TO ADMIT THAT IT RUNS LIKE A NEW BOAT. IT IS STRANGE, BUT 2 NEW PLUGS TOOK CARE OF A 2 YEAR OLD PROBLEM. SENSORS WOULD COST 200$ EACH. THE PROBLEM WOULD OCCUR EVERY SECOND DAY BEFORE. PLEASE LET ME KNOW ABOUT THE PROGRESS OF YOUR FINDINGS.
Posted 04 November 2016 - 11:46 AM
I know this is an old thread but I purchased a 2008 Seadoo Utopia 205 with the two 4 tec engines. I get the loud beep on starting the second engine. The engines run fine without any issues. I am thinking that maybe this may be related to the battery voltage being drawn down when starting the second engine causing the currently running engine's module to complain.
Has anyone found out anything else about this?
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