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I have an evinrude 40 hp 2 cycle that begins alarming after running a few minutes. i use mixed gas. the alarm will sound every second or two, become faster with higher rpm. what could be the problem?

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The alarm you hear may be the overheating alarm... but, if it is, it won't run too long with it on before the engine locks up...Is there evidence of water coming from the witness hole in the back of the motor? Good.. otherwise,, you may be hearing the low oil alarm..or the oil pressure alarm...My bass boat oil system alarm goes off every time I crank the engine..but it uses oil and runs great...(been doing it for years - I am too lazy to clean the sensor in the oil tank)
The RPM and faster alarm is something that puzzles me?

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BOTTOM LEFT BUTTON = A
TOP RIGHT BUTTON = C
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