I have a Honda Accord 1.8 SE, 2000 Registration, Manual and 60k miles on the clock.
When driving for about half an hour or so, I get intermittent beeps from the car. It seems to be coming from the front centre of the car. I get exactly 10 beeps and it stops. The behaviour occurs very randomly during the course of driving.
Does that car have the climate control or thermostatically controlled heating/air conditioning system?
July, 18, 2007 AT 4:37 AM
No, it doesn't have climate control or any automatic temperature regulator.I checked the manual and it is just the normal AC in the car which is manually adjusted.
July, 18, 2007 AT 8:36 AM
The beeping is coming from the dash area or from under the hood? This car has the alarm system and do you still have the original radio installed? Does a check engine light come on or has it ever? Is it possible this is seat belt related?
July, 18, 2007 AT 10:34 AM
The beep seems to be coming from the dash area. I cannot exactly spot if it is radio side or speedometer side, but seems like the speedometer side. I also got my local garage to check if all the warning lights are working and it is confirmed that they are.
I have the original radio installed. On more than one occasion I disconnected (took the front panel off) the radio to see if that makes a difference but it didn't.
No warning lights (check engine) comes up and it hasn't come up even once to the best of my knowledge.
I don't think it is seat-belt related. If there are two people in the car with the seat-belt fastened the beep still comes up.
I really appreciate your help, thank you very much!