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What is making a small round buzzer go off under the dash of my 2002 bass tracker pro team 175 special edition?

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That could be the engine fault alarm, if its a Mercury that indicates high engine temp, low oil pressure (4stroke) low oil level (2 stroke and 4 stroke) Either way, dont ignore it, it will get expensive. this information is similar for Yamahas as well

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