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Old 10-05-2017, 09:36 PM   #1
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beeping when rear door closed

sometimes if I open the rear door first and then close it, I get multiple rapid beeps
I thought it might be because headlights turned on when I opened it, but tonight I opened rear first and closed it and only got 1 beep and headlights were on

I know the door is closed completely - what is it trying to warn me of?
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sometimes if I open the rear door first and then close it, I get multiple rapid beeps
I thought it might be because headlights turned on when I opened it, but tonight I opened rear first and closed it and only got 1 beep and headlights were on

I know the door is closed completely - what is it trying to warn me of?
Not sure what you mean. I just checked my 2017. I locked the doors, then I opened the rear driver's side door. There was no beep. On another occasion, I closed the rear hatch and it gave multiple beeps and opened. Turned out the rear mat had moved to the rear and was interfering with the hatch.

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it does rapid beeps when I close the rear door, but only sometimes. Its acting like the door has not shut properly, but it has.
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If it's repeatable - did you run it by the dealer?
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not repeatable - random so far
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I only get multiple beep when I open and close doors and don't have the key fob on me. With the key in my pocket, I get only one beep. Note that I have Walk Away Lock abled.
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Is your engine on when this rapid beeping occurs? Usually the rapid beeping = key fob not detected while engine is running. I usually stop the car from making those beeps by keeping a door slightly ajar (just sitting on the striker). It overrides the beeping this way.
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nope - engine off. It was when I unlocked car at rear door to put my computer bag in the back seat on the floor before I opened driver door. Closed rear door and got multiple beeps. The door completely closed.
It has only happened a couple times. I'm wondering if the strap from the bag was in the way of the door closing and just put the sensor slightly off
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