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A steady alarm goes off after running motor for a little while.Alarm is located underneath steering wheel.1 wire is going to trim gauges on dash,above steering wheel.The other wire seems 2 be going 2 motor.Not oil-injected,water is shooting out of "tell-tale"hole,&trim oil is fine.What's the 1st. thing 2check?

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