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Old 06-26-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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SUNSEEKER Clicking Noise

Noticed during winter a clicking noise coming from the battery compartment in my 2003 Sunseeker 3100SS. The noise started in the winter so is independent of batteries (took them out for winter). Clicking noise is either Battery switch (4 pole) or one of the three dual pole 90 degree circuit breakers.

Question: How to diagnose the problem and how to assess what amperage the circuit breakers are? HELP!?
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Old 06-27-2012, 09:43 AM   #2
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Noticed during winter a clicking noise coming from the battery compartment in my 2003 Sunseeker 3100SS. The noise started in the winter so is independent of batteries (took them out for winter). Clicking noise is either Battery switch (4 pole) or one of the three dual pole 90 degree circuit breakers.

Question: How to diagnose the problem and how to assess what amperage the circuit breakers are? HELP!?
While its clicking can you feel around and isolate the noise to a circuit breaker?

Funny story tho ......... I had a similar noise that sound like coming from the under belly of my 5er. Click click click
So I turned the battery disconnect switch off and went back to where I heard noise. Again click click click.
Hmmmmmmm
Once every second click click click.
Btw did I mention unbeknown to me my dw had hung a battery operated clock in our kitchen ...... click click click!

Oh bother ..................
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