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Yamaha F150 noise

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I have a Yam F150 '04. and am curious about a noise it's making. Ever since I fired it up for the first time this Spring, it always has a slightly higher pitched "whirling" sound when at idle. It's the first season of 3 that I've noticed this noise. The motor still runs great, but is a bit noisier at idle than in the past. I know it's not the squealing bushing issue that many Yams. have. It's not really a squeal, just a chirp/whirling sound.

Is this common for a Yam going on it's 3rd season? Any idea why this might be occuring?

Thanks much

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