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ding ding ding driving me crazy

Hey there. New at the forum, but not new to Rangers.
Have had a 94 for 17 years, just got a 03 Edge. Love it BUT,
Start it up, about 10 seconds later it starts beeping. 5 beeps, 5 sets. (That's 25 beeps)
It does it whether or not the seat belt is on, or moving, or if I'm standing on my head. And yes I tried that.
The seat belt lite goes out when hooked up, have even hooked up the pass belt.
I'm too old to listen to this crap anymore. I may go off the deep end.
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I think that is an airbag code. Usually the airbag light will flash too. 5 flashes pause then flash again so it is 5-?
My escort had this. My airbag module had a bad fuse internally. 5-1. Ended up pulling fuse cause it also drained battery.
If the airbag light is burned out the module does this to let you know there is a problem with the system.
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The beeps should be the same as the flashing light. 5 beeps pause then another set of beeps like 5-1, 5-2. Each - something means something that would be wrong.
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Codes 51 to 53



These codes are signaled by five flashes, a two-second pause and the number of flashes that corresponds to the second digit. Code 51 (five flashes, pause, one flash) means the airbag diagnostic monitor's internal fuse is blown, Code 52 (five flashes, pause, two flashes) means the back-up power supply has had a voltage boost fault and Code 53 (five flashes, pause, three flashes) means the front crash sensor has high resistance or the diagnostic monitor has failed.



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Here are some other codes for airbag. Again, if light is burned out it will do the code a series of 5 times before stopping and may come on at random times.


Codes 1-2to 1-4
These codes are started by a single flash of the indicator light, followed by a two-second pause. After the pause, the light will flash the number of times that corresponds to the second digit of the code. Code 12 (single flash, pause, two flashes) means that there is a lost battery feed. Code 13 (single flash, pause, three flashes) means that the airbag circuit has shorted to ground and Code 14 (single flash, pause, four flashes) means that the primary crash sensor circuit has shorted to ground.


Codes 21 to 24



These codes are signaled by two flashes, a two-second pause and the number of flashes that corresponds to the second digit. Code 21 (double flash, pause, one flash) means the diagnostic monitor is not mounted properly. Code 22 (double flash, pause, two flashes) means the safing center output circuit has shorted to battery voltage, Code 23 (double flash, pause, three flashes) means the memory clear circuit is improperly grounded and Code 24 (double flash, pause, four flashes) means there is a system disarm failure or internal diagnostic monitor fault.






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Codes 32 to 35



These codes are signaled by three flashes, a two-second pause and the number of flashes that corresponds to the second digit. Code 32 (triple flash, pause, two flashes) means the driver side airbag has a circuit open or with high resistance, Code 33 (triple flash, pause, two flashes) means the passenger side airbag has a circuit open or with high resistance, Code 34 (triple flash, pause, four flashes) means the driver side airbag has a shorted circuit or one with low resistance and Code 35 (triple flash, pause, five flashes) means the passenger side airbag has a shorted circuit or one with low resistance



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I have no flashing lights. Where on the dash would it be. What would it look like.
It beeps exactly 25 times right after start, continues while driving or parked,never happens again till restart
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Take a look at the fuse for the airbag, I know when I disconnect mine while offroading it won't shut up either.
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so, where can I find this fuse? Is it in the regular fuse box on the side of the dash?
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my fuse panel does not have a diagram with it.
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Chime device is probably behind the dash. Find it and wrap it heavily with duck tape. Duck tape fixes almost everything.
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Don't do what that guy says....

Look in your manual, there is a page with a fuse diagram. The fuse panel should be in the passenger footwell. There's a little door, open it and use the manual to determin where the proper fuse is.
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The light is probably burnt out that is why its beeping. It lets you know there is still a problem in system.
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