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Beep in dash behind fuse panel

I had some dash fail issues related to the old qualcomm, that has been finally fixed now i have a interminent, steady when it does beep, beep coming from the area near/behind the fuse panel...this is driving me batty

any ideas what it could be and how to silence this???

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started going the the fuse panel, it was the "battery discharge protection circut' that was causing the beep.....

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Not sure how to silence it for sure, but to help you figure out what circuit it is tied to try this.

Next time it starts, pull over, start pulling fuses relating to instrument cluster, qualcomm, anything relating to the dash area. If it quits, with a fuse pull, try this method a couple of times to verify which circuit, then go from there.

If you know it is in the dash circuit, try to get a schematic specific to your truck and try to trace what causes the buzzer to beep.

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Corrosion on a connection, causing resistance, lowering the voltage, setting off the low voltage alarm, that is my guess. Time for a complete electrical inspection, taking connections loose, cleaning, and replacing.

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How did or do you disable the" battery dicharge protection circut"??

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Since it is the battery discharge protection circuit, are you sure you don't have a battery discharge problem with your truck? Maybe a bad/weak battery? The system may actually be doing its job.

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