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Old 06-09-2020, 07:23 AM   #15
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It is just an audible alarm to draw your attention to a problem on the dash.
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Hi Mike; I would first suggest you try Twinboat's suggestion. I don't have the audio able alarm for items that are out of parameter on the dash gauges. I will have a flashing alternator light if all house and chassis batteries are fully charged. All I have to do is add a very small load to the chassis electrical system like, turn the dash heater blower up to a higher speed or turn on the parking lights. The alternator light quits flashing as soon as a load is applied to the chassis electrical system. Would try this first as other Monaco owners have had the same problem at times.
I did try turning on the headlights on my last trip and it did stop the chirping sound momentarily the alternator light went out and when it did return it wasn't as often. Maybe you have something there. This is going to be hard to replicate because it only happens when driving and after a few miles on the road. I may have a solution and I can quite worrying about this problem!! Thanks for all your help!!
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