It looks like you logged off, let me explain how this works.
Let me explain how this works, hopefully it will make better sense.
There are 3 alarm switches on the engine. Gear oil switch, oil pressure switch, temperature switch.
The way it is supposed to work is if the gear oil switch activates, it will beep once every 30 seconds. If the temp or oil pressure switch activate, it will give a constant never ending beep. That is the way it is supposed to work. If you have a bad beeper or corrosion in the wiring that can make the beeper do funny things.
To add to that. On the oil pressure and temperature. .On the engine there are what they call sending units, and then switches. The sending units are what give a signal to the gauges. The switches are what provide the signal to the alarm. They are 2 different things. So for example, you can have a bad oil pressure switch activating the alarm. But the gauge can read correctly because the sending unit is working correctly.
So in order to figure this out. Disconnect the wires like I previously mentioned. And then also disconnect the 2 wires at the bottom of the gear lube monitor bottle. Whichever one you disconnect silences the alarm is the problem switch.
Does that make better sense?