High pitch beeping

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Has anyone experienced this? Mine just started today and I can't figure out where it's coming from or why it's beeping.
 
Seatbelt? Backup sensor or blind spot sensor blocked by bug? I dunno...not too much info in your post but i felt bad no one had responded...
 
Seatbelt? Backup sensor or blind spot sensor blocked by bug? I dunno...not too much info in your post but i felt bad no one had responded...
None of those. The info provided was exactly that. Just a high pitch beeping. Happened about every 20 seconds. No dash lights indicated anything wrong. Totally different sound than any of the things you mentioned.
 
None of those. The info provided was exactly that. Just a high pitch beeping. Happened about every 20 seconds. No dash lights indicated anything wrong. Totally different sound than any of the things you mentioned.
That's insane! Now i have to know!
 
That's insane! Now i have to know!
It got annoying driving it all day yesterday. What's even more weird is that it didn't happen at all today. 🤷🏻‍♂️
 
Look under your dash and make sure one of these hasn't been installed in your Jeep. The sticker can be any color and is usually found tucked around the OBD port. These are often installed in lease vehicles but dealers install them for countless other reasons.
 

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Reviving this post, because this damn beeping is back. Video (link at bottom) shows that the beeping is going on and I haven't even started the jeep yet. It seems to be coming from behind the rear view mirror. I contacted Jeep assist and they said they didn't show any warnings on their end. Ideas??

 
Kinda sounds like a gps buzzer like it has a tracker on it or it's a watch alarm going off thats stuck between the seat and console
 
If it's behind the mirror that's where the adaptive cruise control lives, try cycling the cruise control and turning it off and on and/or pull the fuse for a couple of minutes and see what happens.
 
It sounds like a sensor warning. Maybe a bad connection. Does it randomly do it? I can't see from your video, but make sure these two sensors are centered and unobstructed.
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What ever became of this? Was there a resolution??
 
What ever became of this? Was there a resolution??
No. The dealership doesn't know what it is and cant do anything unless they can replicate the problem. Which is impossible, because it just happens when it happens.
 
Wow. That would drive me crazy.
It does. I got in one day and it was already beeping. I started heading to the dealership and of course it stopped half way there.
 
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It does. I got in one day and it was already beeping. I started heading to the dealership and of course it stopped half way there.
We have a few electronic gremlins in my wife’s top of the line $85k Expedition that we can never seem to replicate for the Ford dealer. Very frustrating indeed.
 
Does it do the beeping thing after you get home from driving it?
It may be an integrated self contained battery pack for the Jeep SOS button system that is dying. So when you drive it to the dealer it charges but after it is parked the voltage drops and beeps to signal it needs replacing.

Or it’s a f*#ing smoke detector. (Just kidding)
 
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