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Strange piep-sound

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by lhugent018, Oct 3, 2007.

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  1. lhugent018

    lhugent018 New Member

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    Hi,
    I'm the owner of a Freelander TD 2000, living in Costa Rica C.A. After the local LR-Agency reconfigurated the computer (the alarm has been sometimes unexpectictly activated) a strange piep-sound sometimes comes up (pip, pip, pip pip), especially if I drive above 100kmh. The owner manual does'nt mention anything at this respect. There are no red-lights or anything else coming up and after 5 seconds the sound disappaers.
    Can anyone help me.
    gracias
     
  2. ming

    ming SPACE TWOT

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    got me on this one. . .never heard of this afore. . .bet it gets reet on yer pip ;)
     
  3. mondo

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    Mingo !

    ows yer doin ?;)
     
  4. ming

    ming SPACE TWOT

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    yup mondy. . . . . . .all is fine :) :) :)
     
  5. Northern Irelander

    Northern Irelander Well-Known Member

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    Have you looked at this mad hat mans thread:

    http://www.landyzone.co.uk/lz/f9/fr...603.html?highlight=FREQUENTLY+ASKED+QUESTIONS

    Quote from above post:

    Is there a way to test the central control unit?

    The central control unit controls operation of :-

    Vehicle locking and alarm system
    Interior lamps
    Rear fog lamps
    Tail door window
    Audible and visual warnings
    Front and rear wipers
    Heated rear window

    To put the CCU into self test mode start with the vehicle unlocked and alram unarmed, and the ignition off.

    1. Turn the ignition 'on'
    2. Press and hold the rear fog switch 'on'
    3. Turn the ignition 'off'
    4. Turn the ignition 'on'
    5. Release rear fog switch within four seconds of ignition 'on'.

    If successful a buzzer will sound for about 1 second, and the interior lamps will light for the same time. The various inputs can now be tested. When the CCU detects an input (e.g. Door Open), the buzzer will sound and the courtesy lights will come o*n.

    The outputs can be tested in sequence by operating the Central Door Locking switch. Outputs may be continuous until the switch is released, or pulsed until the CDL switch is pressed again.

    The output sequence is as follows:-

    Rear fog lamps (Continuous)
    Lock (Pulsed)
    Superlock (Pulsed)
    Unlock (Pulsed)
    Front wiper (Continuous)
    Alarm LED (Continuous)
    Volumetrics (Continuous)
    Horn (Pulsed)
    BBUS (Pulsed)
    Heated rear window (Pulsed)
    Tail window down (Pulsed)
    Tail door actuator (Pulsed)
    Tail window up (Pulsed)
    Rear wiper (Continuous)
    Hazard lights (Continuous)
    Door open warning lamp (Continuous)
    Seatbelt warning lamp (Continuous)
    Handbrake warning lamp (Continuous)

    Self test mode is cleared by switching the ignition off. Note that continuous operation of some of the tests may be potentially damaging (e.g. Door Locks, window lift motor), so as soon as you have answered your query, clear test mode.

     
  6. ming

    ming SPACE TWOT

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    Piep!!!!!
     
  7. Northern Irelander

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    Well did you get sorted with the problem?
     
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