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Unexplained Beeping Suzuki Swift 1.6 is emitting an unexplained beeping noise - similar to the sound emitted when a door has been left open or seat belt not put on. However, both these things have been checked numerous times, and there are no warning lights displayed on the dashboard.

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Could be that you have left the key in the ignition? Sounds silly but it does beep when you have turned off the engine and left the key in the ignition. I suppose it's a way to stop you from locking keys in car?

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

  • herb5712 Aug 15, 2011

    I have similar problem with my 2006 Swift. This beeping sound is continuous 'beep beep' when motor is running, driver with seatblet on and all doors closed. No warning light on dash????

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