Unidentified Beeping Sound Inside Cab

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not4hire's Comment
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Probably just the self-destruct system. I wouldn't worry about it... it will stop eventually.

Napalm's Comment
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I LIKE IT HERE, LOL. WHERE COULD A 25 YEAR VETERAN DRIVER FIT IN HERE?

G-Town's Comment
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"25 year Scott" likes it here, asks...

I LIKE IT HERE, LOL. WHERE COULD A 25 YEAR VETERAN DRIVER FIT IN HERE?

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Does your truck have an auto greaser? The alarm on that comes from the center area of the dash. Scared the whooy out of me first time it went off.

Deb, hopefully you see this.

What does the alarm mean? Mine has been going off, and my grease looks like it is full of water or something. Milky color

Mik D.'s Comment
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Wondering if anyone can help me out with this. I drive a 2015 automatic Freightliner Cascadia with a Cummins engine, & for the past few weeks I have noticed a faint, high-pitch, intermittent beeping sound coming from somewhere inside the cab - seemingly the center of the dash. There are no lights associated with this, & it comes on at somewhat random times, lasting one to two seconds each time. I've only noticed it when the truck is on and I'm driving - I haven't noticed it while idling. I've ruled out a few things. It's not either one of my transponders, not my GPS, not the radio, & not my tractor tire pressure sensor. I've noticed it does seem to come on more frequently when I'm in a city and have to change my speed due to traffic. It will also often happen when I go over a bump. But even with the patterns or tendencies I've noticed, it's not 100% consistent. I've tried turning the battery off, letting it sit, then turning it back on & restarting it, & that did not do the trick. Any ideas?! Does this happen to anyone else?

It's the voices in ur head...😁😁😁😁

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