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Old 03-09-2009, 08:24 PM
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02 ford explorer

I just bought a 02 Ford explorer. v6 4.0 engine with 66,000mi. It didnt do this when I test drove the car, but as soon as I left, the car stared to beep about five times, then stop, then start again and does this in about a series of three. Im thinking its one of a few things. My gas gauge seems to be a little off and the idiot at the dealership for got to put the gas cap back on it so there was no gas cap for a day? Or, there is an alarm system but I do not have access to it. No lights come on, just an annoying beep. Any ideas?
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Old 03-09-2009, 10:29 PM
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Might be better off asking in the Explorer forum, but it sounds like you aren't putting the seatbelt on.
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thats what I thought but not it! Thanx, new to this so I will try that forum!
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