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Honda 50hp Sensors?

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I finally got the boat and motor in the water today on Leech in front of the river landing. I just got the boat in December and wanted to give it a test try. After about 10 minutes of idling around and trying everything out it started beeping at me. My sensor lights were both off, and I read that the oil pressure light should ALWAYS be on. I checked the oil, looks great but maybe too full. The water was very shallow so I had the motor trimmed up some. Could this be a result of the enging being trimmed up and the oil triggering that sensor? This may be a rookie question but I have never owned a Honda before and would like to get it resolved before open water. Thanks for any info!

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That is probably it, I have the same motor and you can't trim it up much before the sensor sets the alarm off, Happens alot when I'm power loading on to the trailer.

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