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The horn beeps intermittently for no reason. It might happen when I back up or if the car is idling and it might happen when I am at a stop light. I have had 5 batteries in 10 years. The car used to stall when I was driving or the battery would be dead if I went out of town for more than 5 days. I had new pass lock key installed and a new computer module panel (I think that is what they called it) put in. The stalling has stopped but the dead batter after traveling just happened again. I believe the beeps have something to do with the battery going dead but no one has been able to find out what causes it. It does not happen all the time so diagnostics have not worked since they do not usually hear it. It has had 2 parasitic draws and nothing shows up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your alternator is dead/dying. Nissan puts both of those lights on to tell you that the alternator isn't charging your battery.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
car is under waranty and is true dhat hyundai and kia hawe problem with electrical so i think problem is dreiwer seat heater or under seat weiring take back to diller and let him chek seat or underlot of peaple posted all ower internet same probllem
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: Battery on BMW 740i keeps dieing
you need to disconnect one side of the battery, put one lead from an ampmeter on the battery post you have disconnected and the other ampmeter lead on the cable you took off the battery. with nothing turned on on the car , all doors closed the reading on the ampmeter should be no higher than 0.17 amp, if it reads a lot hgher go to the fusebox and remove one by one all the permanent supply fuses looking at the reading every time until you find the circuit that is causing the high reading, this will be the drain. alot of the time it can be central locking system playing up, boot light, glove box light not switching off, stereo wired wrong. hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
have the car checked when the check engine light is on,also a good scanner will be able to give you the history codes,get back to me with the codes and we'll go from there. you need someone with a professional scan tool
Posted on May 13, 2009
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