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Lightwater



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Parking beeper too quiet or too loud

While parking beeper is beeping, adjust the volume control.

After 9 years I learnt something new! Procrastination, mankind's greatest labour saving device!

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My wife’s little Nissan she’s had it from new is 6 years old now the other day I was doing the tyre pressures and left the ignition on I found out the horn sounds when the tyre has reached the correct pressure far and indeed out.

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Lightwater



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My Previous car had no ABS, no airbags & thingamajigs which you turned to open windows & still haven't found third pedal!

To be fair there is a button on the console to turn the parking sensors off which I always used. Front & rear sensors, seatbelt & door alarms all carrying on like scolded cats.


I have left the seatbelt alarm on, as it is better the car tells other half the seatbelt is not on, than from me! Procrastination, mankind's greatest labour saving device!

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Re: Parking beeper too quiet or too loud

Lightwater wrote:
While parking beeper is beeping, adjust the volume control.

After 9 years I learnt something new!
mines a 2009 hse ,my parking beepers cant be adjusted like that,am i alone with this?

Post #441545 12th May 2024 9:22 pm
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That works on my 2007 HSE - every day's school day! 2007 TD4 HSE

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Wonderdust



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For me it's still to loud!

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MotionInc



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Humm, good info Thumbs Up

I have to see is this works on my 2008.

Post #441572 13th May 2024 12:27 pm
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