So I installed my Brown Dog MML finally, after having them for 2+ years, and I went on a drive yesterday and the Jeep is making a constant beep.. But theres no lights on in the dash and it sounds exactly like the beep when you turn the key. So I checked the oil and it seemed ok and wasn't SUPER low but I added some just in case. Does anyone know what this is???
ok dam this, I swear this happen to me this morning on the way to class. I got out of town hit 60 mph and it went beep beep beep for ohh 2 miles then stopped. Then 5 miles or so later it did it again and stopped, then it did it again for between 30 seconds and a minute.
When I left for school at 7ish it was kind of dark and foggy so I turned on the lights. by the time I got out of town and down the road it was light out. When I got to school I noticed I had left my lights on the entire way. Could it have been that and the jeep knew it was light out??????
The TJ does not have tire pressure sensors or seat weight sensors.
It seems I read somewhere about either the multifunction switch or the clockspring causing a beep when its malfunctioning. Can't find the thread right now, but try searching on here and you might find what I think I read.
It did not do it on the way home and I did not touch the e brake. I had stuff on the seat both trips. So I do not think it has sensors there. I think it was the head lights being on or a junk senor or such
My 04 TJ did this on occasion and I could never figure out what was causing it, then after a couple months of owning my current rubicon it did it too. I hooked up the scanner and threw me a code for evap system leak (gas cap loose). I would have someone see if they can read any fault codes to see that may be the case.
I have read that the newer Jeeps have/had a turn signal warning. As in if you leave your signal on for 5 minutes or so it warns you that it is on by beeping. To the op if that signal is solid as you say the computer thinks that the signal is on thus triggering that warning. That's my thought at least.