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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-01-2018, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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'Beep' when I turn left

I know I mentioned this before somewhere but I have a F350 2015 that has a beep when I ONLY turn left and sometimes when I sit on the drivers seat.


any suggestions? I know this is a stupid thing but it is happening, and of course it doesn't do it when I turn right.
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Stupid things are fun to figure out. Is the beep like the chime sound? Do you notice ANY indicators on the instrument cluster like seat belt, Door Ajar... that sort of thing? It's probably happening fast and difficult to notice and being attentive and observant is the best place to start.
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yes, it is stupid.

nothing on desk readings, no lights lite up. doors shut and seat belt on.

it is a 'beep' and it appears it is coming from under the dash. it didn't do it when i purchased the truck and then it started later and at times it stops doing it.

the turning left specifically causes the beep....at times. and I've noticed that I can cause the same beep when i push on the drivers seat or sit on it a little heavy. ummmmm? is the word for the day.
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This is just a swag (scientific wild ass guess) but it sounds like a flaky seat belt switch in the seat is causing feedback in one of the gem's under the dash. I have no idea if the seat belt indicator circuitry is tied into the door chime that alerts you to the seat belt not being connected or not. But, it could be a faulty relay or a bad ground. Like I said, just a swag.

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