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when im riding down the street it just started to make a "beep" beep" sound but no message pops up on the dash and it will do it every now and then does any1 know what this is....btw i also need to switch my height control sensors and it makes a single "beep" when that goes into fault but it says EAS fault everytime it does that but the other "beep""beep" leaves no message???
 

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It could be a bad ground or fuse connection in the engine fuse box. You could be losing voltage for a split second, causing the beep. Does your radio settings go back to all zeros afterwards (bass, treble, balance, sub, fade) and your trip odo return to zero also?
 

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no, everything stays the same and acts normal. i have hAd it happen a few times in different condition......day time no lights or stereo playing everything normal.........night time (raining) with HIDs on and HID fogs on stereo loud and going down the highway same thing.....no radio change or headlights dimming or anything.....ill check the grounds tho
 

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My 4.6 HSE does this as well. I have to look super quick when it beeps and every once in a while it does actually display a message of GEARBOX OVERHEAT. I stopped in Denver on a road trip at the Denver East dealership and they spent five hours testing my gearbox, sensors and switches, then they downloaded the new software into it and still didn't fix it. They finally told me that their best guess was a problem in the control unit which may have to be replaced. Frankly for the price I'll live with the occasional beep.
 

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Redgoatea said:
My 4.6 HSE does this as well. I have to look super quick when it beeps and every once in a while it does actually display a message of GEARBOX OVERHEAT. I stopped in Denver on a road trip at the Denver East dealership and they spent five hours testing my gearbox, sensors and switches, then they downloaded the new software into it and still didn't fix it. They finally told me that their best guess was a problem in the control unit which may have to be replaced. Frankly for the price I'll live with the occasional beep.
Or replace the temp sensor on the side of the cooler. :roll:
 
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