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2chiefsRus

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Posted: 07/08/18 12:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

maybe it is an after market motion detector theft alarm that was installed by a previous owner. What you are describing is exactly what will happen if we don't disarm the alarm on our Harley Trike before trailering it. It doesn't alarm unless in motion.


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Posted: 07/08/18 01:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maybe it's a "reverse gear" backup-warning beeper that's wired wrong?

Either that, or you have to stop driving so fast in reverse! [emoticon]


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Sounds like it could be the seatbelt alarm. Maybe a loose wire in the seat base?


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Also does the ABS light self-test at startup? If the bulb burns out, there's a warning chime for that as well, but I've never heard it, so I don't know what it sounds like.

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The Recall on teh dash had to do with the display.

The Power gear and RVA jacks both use a float in the fluid tank to sense "Jacks UP" the float is not centered in the tank so acceleration, which pushes oil to the rear, can cause a "Jacks Down" indication if you are low on fluid.

Thus I support that. next time it happens look at your Jacks Panel.


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Update....It's not the leveling jacks.
I drove it yesterday and the beep started and continued while I was moving, stopped, it went away. Then while I was driving and it was beeping, I pressed the mode button and the beep stopped, but....after a few minutes the beep returned, another press of the mode button and it quit, so I'm guessing it's in the dash panel.

At this time I will be parked for about two months, so it won't be moving for a while. (I'm building a new home and sold the old house too quickly so now we're living in the motor home.) When I move in to the new house, I'll figure out the beep. Thanks for all the suggestions.

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Find the beeper and disconnect it.


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