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Forester has started giving one beep when driving over bumps - no warning lights are on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Beeping with no warning lights
Based on some readings, the beeping sound indicates cold outside temperature. If that is not the case, then the sensor located behind the front bumper has its connector detached or may be faulty. Of course the owner's manual could provide more details.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008
SOURCE: all dash warning lights came
You're alternator has gone bad and the vehicle was running on battery power. The "clicking" sound is your now dead battery that does not have enough power to turn over the starter. You might also want to check your power steering pump for leak. This is a know problem with early LS400s and will most likey be the cause of the alternator failure. I just dropped $1050.00 to fix the very same promblems you have.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Sounds like the sound when you leave the handbrake on. The same light as the low brake oil level will come on with the handbrake. And the warning sound coming from the cluster will come on if you leave the handbrake on and start driving to warn you that you left it on. Guessing your handbrake is not on and that your brake level sensor on the master cylinder is good (on the cap) check your handbrake switch and the wires there. You can unplug it and try it like that or you might have to bypass the 2 wires in the connector together. I can't remeber if with the handbrake on if it closes the circuit or the opposite. Once you have the connector in your hand you can unplug it with the car running and see if the light goes off. If not you can jump the 2 wires and see then. Or just check the switch isn't staying stuck. You'll see more once the handrake console is off. Just look around the mechanism of the handbrake and you'll find the switch.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: i own a 2003 jaguar s type the car has started making beeping sounds as im driving just like the same beeping as if i was backing up is the car warning me of something or is it possible i have a fault
I had the same problem with my 2003 S Type. I was told by Hennessy Jaguar Dealership in Atlant Ga. that my sensors need to be replace and the cost is $800.00 and it's not cpvered under my warranty.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Weight sensors in the front seats will give a warning sound if you don't have your seat belt on when you reach about 20kmh.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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