Question about 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan
When he said "check documents" he probably was saying to "look at the owners manual" Did you try and plug in the passenger side seatbelt (even if no one is in the seat) to see if that takes the audible warning away? The only time a car makes this kind of noise is when the seat belt is disconnected, one of the doors is open, or the headlights are on
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
First check all the obvious stuff, doors, fluids etc. Also ensure that the fuel cap is well close, that can cause a warning beep starting.
You can reset the car control module unplugging the battery positive cable for five minutes.
When you plug cable back you may be asked the car radio unlock code. Check documentation to see if you will need the unlock code afteward.
If the problem comes back, then one of the sensors that can start the warning is faulty, a way to find the fault is scanning the control module with an OBDII code reader.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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