My 2004 Wrangler starts a beeping noise while I am going down the road, when I accelerate to about 45, but when I come to a complete stop, the beeping stops. My engine light isn't on. Any suggestions or similar problems?
my jeep beeps at me when the emergency brake isn't fully released and if the jeep even rolls a little bit. Maybe it needs adjusting or maybe something is blocking the e-brake handle from lowering all the way?
No the emergency brake is not up. I think its the interior light sensor on the door, if water gets into it it can cause the veh to not be able to detect when the door is open and shut, so it beeps as if the door was left open. They can be replaced so we are going to replace it and see if it continues to beep. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
Sorry to bring up and old thread, but, today while I was driving, I got a "Beeping" sound coming from inside the dash cluster. It beeped on and off for about 1 minute. No dash lights were on, no blinkers, and seat belt was on.
Any ideas what this was? I have owned the Jeep since 2005 and never herd this beeping before. I did google it, but got 100 different things it could be.
My '03 just did this same thing tonight. Beeping for no reason. All the gauges were good, all seat belts fastened, no low fluids. The really weird thing is, when I turned on the blinker to pull over to check it out, it stopped. About 10 minutes later, it started beeping again. I turned on the blinker, and it stopped. Never came back after that. F'in gremlins!~
Mine beeps too, but only when the headlights are on, and only when I am driving faster than say 15 MPH.
If I turn off the headlights, or turn on my right blinker, or slow down below 15 MPH, it goes away.
My 01 TJ has an emergency brake issue I need to figure out also. If I set anything on top of the boot in between the seats, my emergency brake light lights up and it beeps. How do I pull the boot off to check that out? Or do I need to climb under the Jeep for that? I was thinking maybe it's a loose line or something?