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    Random "SINGLE" beeps, but no error. 09 rxp

    I keep getting this random "single" beep. It never has an error message, warning indicator, or anything else happen with it, and it's starting to bug me. The only thing I have noticed in common with the beeps is that they seem to happen when I have been at WOT for a while "20 30 sec" but it is not every time. This has happened about five times.
    Any help would be a appreciated.
    Thanks

    Update. I got this from the manual. I didn't get the first beep until I was at 1/2 full. The lower it is getting, the more frequently it beeps. The cluster appears to re reading the level fine though. The other option looks like it could be a engine managemnet fault, though I don't think the beeps are as long 2 seconds.

    A 2 SECONDS BEEP EVERY 5 MINUTES INTERVAL
    1. Low fuel level.
    2. Fuel tank level sensor or circuit malfunction.

    A 2 SECONDS BEEP EVERY 15 MINUTES INTERVAL
    1. Watercraft is upside down.
    2. Engine management system fault.


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    most likely your oil is a little low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    most likely your oil is a little low.
    Thanks for the suggestion, but it is dead nuts middle of the indent so I'm guessing it should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sn-95 View Post
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    most likely your oil is a little low.
    Thanks for the suggestion, but it is dead nuts middle of the indent so I'm guessing it should be fine.
    Mine did the same thing-- add some oil and your issue will go away-- you learn something new every day if you hang around the right people...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    most likely your oil is a little low.
    Thanks for the suggestion, but it is dead nuts middle of the indent so I'm guessing it should be fine.
    Mine did the same thing-- add some oil and your issue will go away-- you learn something new every day if you hang around the right people...
    O.K. I'll try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    most likely your oil is a little low.
    Thanks for the suggestion, but it is dead nuts middle of the indent so I'm guessing it should be fine.
    Mine did the same thing-- add some oil and your issue will go away-- you learn something new every day if you hang around the right people...
    Jim, if this works I'll owe you another steak.
    I've been getting this for years with my '08 (mounted in GPR) to where I shelved it.

    Your a man of few words but you've never steered me wrong! (CRAP... in over 10years!!!!)

    Erin

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    Quote Originally Posted by steach View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    most likely your oil is a little low.
    Thanks for the suggestion, but it is dead nuts middle of the indent so I'm guessing it should be fine.
    Mine did the same thing-- add some oil and your issue will go away-- you learn something new every day if you hang around the right people...
    Jim, if this works I'll owe you another steak.
    I've been getting this for years with my '08 (mounted in GPR) to where I shelved it.

    Your a man of few words but you've never steered me wrong! (CRAP... in over 10years!!!!)

    Erin
    keep me posted, same issue here on 08 gtx.
    i checked oil. I ended up figuring it was a voltage issue, I had original battery. Installed a new one, beeping stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muzzy1127 View Post
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    Mine did the same thing-- add some oil and your issue will go away-- you learn something new every day if you hang around the right people...
    Jim, if this works I'll owe you another steak.
    I've been getting this for years with my '08 (mounted in GPR) to where I shelved it.

    Your a man of few words but you've never steered me wrong! (CRAP... in over 10years!!!!)

    Erin
    keep me posted, same issue here on 08 gtx.
    i checked oil. I ended up figuring it was a voltage issue, I had original battery. Installed a new one, beeping stopped.
    I haven't tried adding oil yet. I checked the level again and it was actually higher than I thought "sitting at the top indent".


    2015 Update. It turned out to be a fuel warning.
    Last edited by sn-95; 06-26-2015 at 03:56 PM.

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