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I hear a beeping alert in my 2004 RAV4 when I go around sharp corners

I hear beeping going around sharp corners, sort of like when the car would kick into four wheel drive on slippery surfaces, which it doesn't really do anymore.

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SOURCE: Car is beeping 4 times

anything lighting up on the instument panel ??

could it be the seat belt reminder

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SOURCE: How do I know if my 2004 Rav4 has 4 wheel drive

check under the front and rear see if it has a transfer case with a drive line going to the front and rear. If there is no 4/4 button it would be full time 4 wheel drive. you can also check by jacking up the front and rear to see if the tires spin, If it was snowy out someone can stand outside the car and see if tires are spinning.

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mcdevito75 here, It could be inner tie rod ends or most like ly worn CV joints in the front axles. Have your auto repair shop check these items for you.

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SOURCE: Toyota 2004 Rav4 jump started wrong way

First thing you should do is to locate the Fuse Panels.They are located on the left of steering column covered possibly by a cover. Also there is a Fuse panel under the hood also covered by panel or Box Cover. The computer unit is probably not blown,Fuses are placed in vehicles for just this very type issue,to prevent Power Surges from damaging Computer units or other electrical components. Check every fuse there is a tester available that is not expensive to insure you change the blown one...thats the first place to start.

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