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I own a 2003 Ford Explorer XLS V6 RWD. I have this issue going on which I cannot figure out how to fix:
Right after I start driving there are several (I think 3) short beeps - they come in sets - 2 or 3 sets within one minute and then the beeping stops and does not come back until next time I start driving (start the engine and go).
It's kind of weird - I checked all seat belts and door locks - looks like all that is in check. Any ideas on what this may be?
Alternatively - where is that little beeper \ speaker located? Is it to the right of the steering wheel?
One more question - where is that beeping speaker located (the one that actualy makes the sound) - is it to the right of the steering wheel, right under the dashboard where the small grill (speaker grill??) is?
Yes, the air bag light is the one I'm speaking of ...... strange. I'll look into the beeping being the same on the Explorer as on the F150 which I'm much more familiar with. I'm just getting into these Exploders...........
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