DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS (Contd)
HIGH TEMP LIGHTS--Illuminate red when engine coolant reaches
above 210 F (99 C).
STARTER SWITCH--START switches, when held in the up position will
engage the starter to start the engine. Once switch is released, starter will be
ALARM MUTE SWITCHES--Allow operator to turn off engine audible
alarms that indicate low engine oil pressure below 20 psi or high water
temperature above 210 F (99 C). If problem remains, alarm will sound every
CHARGE WARNING LIGHTS--Illuminate red when voltage drops to
21 volts or below.
STARBOARD AND PORT TACHOMETER/ HOUR METER--Displays the
current speed of the engine crankshaft in rpms. Actual speed is gauge reading
times 100. The hours of engine usage are displayed within the lower portion of
AFT AND FWD BILGE HI LEVEL LIGHTS--Illuminate red to inform
operator that water buildup is present at the AFT and FWD bilge areas.
Port or starboard engine circuit switches must be in ON
position for panel light switch to function. Both port and
starboard sides operate independent of each other.
PANEL LIGHTS SWITCH--Controls the gauge lights. Center position turns
gauge lights OFF. Down position turns gauge lights on DIM. Up position turns
gauge lights on BRIGHT.