Disable Beeping Noise?

Discussion in 'Chrysler 300 Electrical Problems and Questions' started by Mad300, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. Mad300

    Mad300 New Member

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    Anyone know how to disable the beeping noise when the key is in the ingnition while the doors are open?

    Are there any wires to disconnet? :4-dontknow:
     
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    Either way, I dont know the answer, but i think disabling that would also disable it from alerting you that youve left your lights on and other things like that, I just turn the key all the way to right before it starts the engin, then it chimes like 5 times and stops...
     
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    T8STY1 Active Member Heelz and Wheelz

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    No mods necessary..
    leave the key, but pull it about half way out...
    (*giggles* lol, that sounds so wrong... hahah)
     
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    What i wanted to do was to turn the key to the 1st click and then leave the doors open with the engine off. Esp when i'm waiting in the car, dun wanna be idling there and burning petrol for 20mins...

    Oh man...that really does sound wrong...Lol

    But i'll give it a try though...
     
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    LOL...geez, T8STY1...

    There are no separate modules for this. The beep is part of the Front Control Module I believe so there's no unplugging that.
     
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    You could find the place where its beeping and poke it with a screwdriver till it stops... I did that once with a speaker that blew in my first car and kept popping.. eventually the beep speaker will stop making noise.. lol
     

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