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Old 05-07-2015, 05:09 PM   #1
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Beeping noise, help!!!

Tiffin 2001 Allegro Bus. Slow faint beeping noise after we are on the road for about 1 mile or so, beeps for a long time. Very annoying. It is not the jacks, we checked the fluid levels and they are fine. We also pulled the jacks fuse. Started driving again and the beeping has returned. No lights or indications on the dash either. Help! Any suggestions? Thank you.

*** Determined the noise is coming from the dashboard fuse compartment but still can't figure out what it is.

*** Okay now know its the park break chime, but any word on how to fix that?
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What chassis do you have? It makes a difference on how to suggest a fix.
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Old 05-07-2015, 07:25 PM   #3
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Had a similar problem and it turned out to be the refrigerator door was popping open slightly, not so much that you could see it. Drove me nuts 'til I found it.

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Do not know why the Fridge door would cause that.

IF you have a foot operated parking brake.. Place toe UNDER pedal and pull up (You may need to pull the release handle) IF that fixes it then pedal return spring is your culprit.. needs re-connecting or replacement.
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Do not know why the Fridge door would cause that.

IF you have a foot operated parking brake.. Place toe UNDER pedal and pull up (You may need to pull the release handle) IF that fixes it then pedal return spring is your culprit.. needs re-connecting or replacement.
It is the door ajar warning on the refrigerator. The part on the door is angled that touches the switch. You install stainless steel washers under the door hinge.That causes the door to go up and the ramp to push the switch further in.
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I've never seen a refrigerator that had a remote beeper wired under the dash. The OP was pretty specific, under the dash, parking brake beeper.
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His original post did not have those two added bullet points, they were added after he had further identified the issue.
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