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Mazda Miata '03 "blinkers"


Old 05-30-2018, 05:23 PM
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Default Mazda Miata '03 "blinkers"

Hello Everyone!

I have a question that I hope you can fix.

My baby is a Miata 2003 LS in splash green.

Recently, when I've turned on the ignition and started her (Yes, her name is in I Dream of Jeannie), there is a beeping noise that I can hear. When I heard of the beep noise, I checked to make sure that everything was turned off...emergency lights, the left or right blinker, the bulbs for the dashboard, I had a seatbelt secured. Everything was off! I asked my son to tell what he sees from the outside....the side flood bulbs are blinking, front two and back two. I checked what my lights were on but they are OFF. So, while the car is sitting in Idle, the "blinkers" are on while the fog lights are on....when everything is turned off.

I've set the lights to FOG LIGHTS ON and this seems to help the problem...turns the fog lights (bulbs) on.... OTHER than the facts that the "blinker" continues to beep...five beeps...wait a few minutes then starts beeping again.

This isn't normal, right? Isn't there a fix that I can do that will turn the beeper off?

Thanks in advance!

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