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Old 07-15-2013, 09:20 PM   #1
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Beeping Alarm on Bumpy Roads

I wasn't sure how to find any previous discussion on this. If it has been discussed before, maybe someone can point me that way.

We were out over the weekend in our MH, on a really rough stretch of Interstate (state name withheld to protect the guilty...). Every time the right front tire hit a really bad dip, we heard a 'beep' sound, 3 quick times in a row, from behind us. It sounded similar to a smoke alarm. Any chance the smoke alarm was shaking badly enough to do this? Any other suggestions?
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I would think you may want to check the fluid for your jacks as it sounds like the level is low.
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Could be; especially since you said it is coming from behind you. Jacks alarm is in dash on my MH; still can't hurt to check fluid level though.
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Had the same scenario on the way home this Spring, just about drove me crazy. As previously stated, it was the jack fluid levels...topped it up and no more alarm.
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