why does my car keep beeping after driving?

Asked by Sep 15, 2010 at 01:22 AM about the 2005 Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ok..
so my car just recently started beeping constantly. And when I look, no caution lights
are on, my door is completely closed, the lights are all off.. what could it be beeping
about??

6 Answers

Seatbelt reminder?

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if you have an aftermarket radio then it might be a reminder to take it out

sounds like your securty system is going bad,you need to have it checked by your dealership.

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man my eclipse keeps doing that, about every 50 secconds it beeps, even if my stereo is unpluged, i have no idea, it might be fuses or something.

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probly a security system put in by a previous owner,look for a lone wire hooked to a fuse or extra wire hooked at battery.

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Check the key fob, we had replaced the battery and it was still chirping once then twice real fast. Ended up the key fob button went bad

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