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Beeping is killing me

When i step on my brakes on my ford 99 i hear this beeping noise what is it?

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It sounds like a short of somekind and could prove very hard to find. Give an auto electrician a ring and tell them most are only to willing to sugest a solution to try. Sorry I can't be more help

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