It definately should alarm Fee. Just drove mine again with nothing on passenger seat this time and everything was fine. Obviously occupied seat sensor is a bit too sensitive if it thinks a bag is a person.
After a very stressful drive home with the constant beeping again, I would like to thank you for these posts. Will avoid placing bags on passenger seat in future in the hope that my sanity will be restored. 3 times my Juke has been back to the dealer to replace "faulty sensors" and I have just learned from this forum that it was weight on the passenger seat!!!! Doesn't help to restore my faith in the main dealers for repair.
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