Question about 2005 Ford Mustang
My car just starting making beeping noises when going down the road. It beeps once then pauses and beeps again. No indicators lights come on in the dash. Seat belt is on. Any ideas?
It seems that i have the same problem but i it was after i changed out the connector on the batteries ford makes **** connectors got the old fashion kind but then i went for a slow (below 25 mph) and one beep i stop checked my doors all shut checked trunk its shut but had a shirt and 3 water bottles in the seat when they moved two seconds later one beep . it beeped cause they moved in the seat might be a solution but not the fix
car 2005 mustang (not gt)
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I have a 2005 Mustang, and sometimes if you have something in the passenger seat (like a bag or purse) the car may think that it's someone sitting there without a seat belt. Other beeping sounds come from your blinker being on too long while driving, your trunk may not be closed all the way, or your door may not be closed all the way, or your over head lights may be on. It's so easy to rub up against the light when you get into the car, and in the daytime you won't know that it's on. Your dash will light up, but it's such a quick flash, you can't tell what it is.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
You know, I have a 2005 Mustang GT that honks randomly. MAKE SURE you troubleshoot it now. I waited and now my alternator is fried. About 95% of voltage disturbances can be contributed to the alternator, and from what I understand the alternators on our cars are notorious for crapping out. -Amanda
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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