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    Warning buzzer going off on 97 GTX

    I have a 97 GTX and 97 GSX and both have the warning buzzer going off every 5 minutes or so. The digital bar fuel gauge is not working on either of them. Would this cause the alarm to go off? Is this possibly just a blow fuse on both. The gauge does not light up at all. Where would be a good place to start and thanks in advance.


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    First Check all the fueses in the front Electrical Box then take a look here. http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=3489 I had one to go on my old Ski Found this article here and fixed the old one now I have a spare.

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    the buzzer usually means that the motor is over heating, low oil or low fuel. if the gauges are not working you most likely have a blown fuse.

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    i believe if the fuel senders are inop then it will send a low fuel signal warning.....

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