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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-05-19, 08:54 AM Thread Starter
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3 beeps occaisionally (di do di)

Hi all,

I have just picked up a new 2019 Navara ST dual cab a week ago and am still trying to learn all of the ins and outs of the vehicle.

I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on a 3 tone beep that sometimes sounds in the vehicle with no specific pattern on driving etc.

It consists of 3 beeps with a high then low and then high again like "DI - DO - DI".

I have asked the Dealer from where the vehicle came from and they apparently have never heard of it and can not give me any advice.

The last 2 times that I have heard it appears to have been when slowing down to make a turn at an intersection. However, it has also made it at other times as well.

I am sure that it is just an advisory tone but would like to know what it actually means.

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

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Nothing in the manual about this. Is there a warning light flickering on at the same time? Could be the ASC if it only happens when braking/turning.

My 2016 ST doesn't have any parking sensors - does yours? Those can beep at random sometimes.
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EASY PEASY it comes on when you are getting to close to quick to the vehicle in front,,,its a warning signal to keep your eyes on the road ol Chap
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EASY PEASY it comes on when you are getting to close to quick to the vehicle in front,,,its a warning signal to keep your eyes on the road ol Chap
That's what I thought, but then I though less of a 'di do di' and more of a 'boop boop boop'

Maybe translated for different regions...
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If it did mean "too close to car in front", I'd happily disable it in favour of system that 'bonged' to inform me that "RPG system has deployed on tailgaters"....

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EASY PEASY it comes on when you are getting to close to quick to the vehicle in front,,,its a warning signal to keep your eyes on the road ol Chap


Waiting to see if OPís truck has this feature. I donít believe ST models do. Iím not convinced our top spec ST-X does either, although it does have parking sensors.
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Thanks JDO,

No Parking sensors still on the 2019 ST and also no warning lights at all, not even just a flicker.
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No collision avoidance in any of the Navara's here.

Just to add to that, the last two times that I mentioned there was no one in front of me at all so can't be that.

I would have purchased an ST-X but strangely they do not offer basic white in the ST-X only a Pearl White Version. This is no good on the lantana lined tracks that we find our selves on more often than not.

Also, by the way, I do not tailgate and do not appreciate people who do. But I must add that if someone is just sitting in the fast lane on the freeway I will give them a bit of a push along sometimes. Amazing how people tend to move when there is a bullbar strategically placed behind them. ;-}
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Okay Just an update but still do not have the answer.

I was just speaking to a Nissan Service manager at one the dealerships and he was not sure but is looking further into it. He seems to remember that there was something a while back whereas when the vehicles are delivered apparently they are in a "Transit" mode and this needs to be cleared prior to delivery to the customer.

He seemed to think that if this was not properly cleared that it could be a possible cause for the unexplained notifications.

I will wait to see what comes of this information. The vehicle is going in for its first complimentary service (look over) in about a week and a half time and they will have a look then.
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Could be worth getting an OBD code reader and seeing if any error messages are coming up too.
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