I get a constant beeping when im in a call, the other end does not hear it, its sometimes fast, slow, stops briefly, but i cannot seem to stop it. It is also very loud, an can drown out them caller.
any help would be great!
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I have the same problem, too. (I also have Time Warner Cable.) I contacted Time Warner and the service rep told me it must be on the other person's end. I have trouble believing that though, because everyone on the other end seems to complain of the same problem when I call them. Did you find out what was wrong with your problem? I think it might be the phone system I'm using, so I wonder if it would still beep on the other end if I buy a new cordless phone? Are you in southern California? I notice I also have to keep resetting my modem and wifi router for the internet too (sometimes multiple times in the same hour) because the internet stops working. (My internet is also Time Warner Cable.)
The F1 error code means that the computer thinks a button on the touchpad is stuck. Sometimes this can be resolved by making sure the touchpad connector fits tight into the control board. The F1 code can be cleared by pushing CANCEL/OFF. If it returns the touchpad needs to be replaced
The beeping on shopriders usually means that the Main Control Box is faulty. It may also be caused by the Throttle Pot being out of neutral. This is a common promlem on this model of scooter as they use a Plastic throttle control lever instead of a metal one. Unfortunately, the plastic one's sometimes slip round slightly causing the above problem. Throttle pots can be very difficult to set to neutral without a multimeter so may be best left to you local dealer.
it sounds more like a loose engine or sump cover which some cars have tokeep dirt off various parts. sometime they come loose thru missing screws and the wind catches them as u go and makes them flap about, but as u go fast the wind force pins them back so they dont flap
First thing you want to do, is get all that additive stuff out of there & get new filter & proper fluid in there. Mopar ATF 4. then disconnect battery for minute or 2 & start fresh as far as storing trouble codes goes. Chrysler transmissions don't react well to improper fluids or additives. If it starts to act up again, or check engine light comes on, have it scanned for codes at Autozone, or Pep boys & see what codes if any, come up. Don't prolong any transmission problem, as it will only cost you more in the end, if you don't take care of it right away.