I doubt it is the foot pedal. Mine did that for years and I would touch the foot pedal and it would stop. Usually happened towards the end of the day when the battery was flatter. Recently it started turning full time - when the foot pedal was tucked away under the boat and not connected. Foot pedal has no control of this function when it is connected.
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fuel pump going out and it will not run at all
coil problem will starteasy but fail after running for a while
fuel pump relay again it is running after starting and if the relay is no good , it will not pump fuel
try having the fault codes read first then have the faulty sensor replaced
id take it to the dealer ship and tell them or me personaly id replace the stereo deck it sound like the eye on the track inside is jammed id maybe try putting a can of air duster in it and blow it around that may work or take it in to some one who can professionaly cleen it but either way you may be told to replace it
1. Press the Timer/Clock button until "CLOCK" shows, blinking, on the display. 2. Press Set/Demo. The hour indicator on the clock should start blinking. 3. Use the "Track/Tuner Forward" and "Track/Tune Backward" keys to set the hour. 4. Press Set/Demo. The minute indicator on the clock should start blinking. 5. Use the "Track/Tuner Forward" and "Track/Tune Backward" keys to
set the minute. 6. Press Set/Demo twice. (Pressing once moves to the timer set mode.)