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Beeper sounds as soon asyou press forward or reverse will not drive brake engaged tthis is the same sound if you tried to move with the brake disengaged.

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This could be the break micro switch or the wiring in the motor brake loom. check all connections in this area. You do not say what make or model this is ? !

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Bought a 1990 Bronco II from one of my troops and somehow he drove it over here. It's a manual transmission as well. But once I put it in first gear, it feels like something is stopping it going forward....


It sounds like you may have a brake caliper sticking (if the issue is really coming from the front). Does it pull in one direction? One way to check is to jack the front end up and try to spin each tire by hand. They should turn relatively freely. Another possibility, and more likely from your description, is that the rear emergency / parking brake may be frozen. Drum brakes, by nature, do a better job of holding the vehicle from rolling forward. If your emergency / parking brake is engaged, either frozen or inadvertently left on, I would expect the symptoms you describe- moving in reverse, but not forward. You can check this the same way- jack up the rear end of the vehicle, put it in neutral, and try spinning the rear tires by hand.

Assuming your vehicle is a 4x4, a less likely scenario is that something's gone awry in the transfer case, front differential, axles, hubs.

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Beeper sounds as you press forward or reverse no drive. this is the same sound you hear if the brake had been disengaged batteries have been renewed and all connections checked.


hi, it a general error - warning sound, if the wheelchair has got wet then I suggust you carefully go all over the wheelchair looking for damp connectors , simply re-inserting them should do the trick,

Make sure all connectors are tight and make sure the freewheel switch is working correctly, that can stick.

Regards
GeWiz.

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Not overly familiar with Audis but it sounds like either a.) you have an electronic tranny that has a serious bug or b.) there's a problem in the computer of the car itself. What is sounds like is the car is taking a long time to "understand" that you're telling it to move forward. How new is the car? When you push on the gas before the three minutes, what happens?

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