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Old 06-03-2007, 07:24 PM   #1
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Kan anybody tell mee how i kan stop the beeping noise when i open up my door? i guess something is wrong with my circuits or something because it makes the noise whenever my driver side door is open even if the keys aren't in the ignition. Kan anybody put up some pictures on how i can do it? thanks
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lol?
just take out the switch assembely in your doorjam if you really want it gone
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that noise is supposed to be there...its not because something is wrong
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im new to cars so yeah... i know the know the noise is supposed to be there but i know its not supposed to go off whenever the door is opened at the same time the ignition has no key. Where is the switch assembly to my doorjam ?
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that noise is supposed to be there...its not because something is wrong
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The noise IS NOT supposed to be there when the door is open with no key in the ignition. I have no idea where it all hooks up though. If you have a Haynes manual check that. If you don't, get one cause it's awesome.
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You know, there IS a "C" key on your keyboard.....

As far as the beeping noise switch...is it a constant noise, or does it do the "beep beep beep" really fast? If its constant, turn your lights off. If your lights are off, somethings wrong w/your light swtich relay.
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the beeper box is mounted above your left foot close to the firewall. unplug it if you dont want it, but risk leaving your lights on accidently or something
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the beeper box is mounted above your left foot close to the firewall. unplug it if you dont want it, but risk leaving your lights on accidently or something
The "beeper box" relay is also your blinker relay. So, if you dont need blinkers in your state, go ahead and pull it.
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The "beeper box" relay is also your blinker relay. So, if you dont need blinkers in your state, go ahead and pull it.
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if you have your lights on and you open your door up it'll beep..
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oh okay. yeah the beeping noise is just constant. so i just pull the beeper box relay?
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oh okay. yeah the beeping noise is just constant. so i just pull the beeper box relay?
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The "beeper box" relay is also your blinker relay. So, if you dont need blinkers in your state, go ahead and pull it.
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Buddy
take it to the expert electrician and get it resolved
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take it to the expert electrician and get it resolved
NO NO NO! Just pull the red wire.
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