I was running on Sunday and the engine had been on for an hour when the oil pressurre alarm came on. Checked the oil, level is good, no big leaks , no evdience. Now t check the oil switch. there seem to be two switches there on the side if the block. one is verticle ad one is horizontal.
I guees I need to get a real gage and test the pressures and hope the alarmsensor is defective.
I the captain/chief engineer , managed to trap said wire from the oil pressure switch between starter and engine block while installing said starter Friday. Blaming it on old eyes and poor lighting. But I got it clear now. Seeing the corrosion problems in my "this old boat" . I have two diifferent issues to correct next. A bad connection to the tach on one and the kill swithch/solenoid on the other engine. .....and then.......and then
I hate it when that happens....or when your hand is twisted back on itself while you are trying to startanutwiththesunbeatingdownonyouandthesweatroll ingintoyoureyesonly
torealizethatafter10minutesyouareturningitinthewro ngdirection GRRRRRRR!