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Old 02-19-2009, 09:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Annoying Door Beep When Open!!!!

OK THIS IS REALLY PISSING ME OFFF

wen we open the driver side door something beeps constantly to let us know that out door is open, is there a way to disconnect this thing because im pretty sure i no wen my door is open or closed..and wen doing work on the car and listening to music i tend to need that door to b open

SO PLEASE HELP ME!!!!! ILL BE SO HAPPY

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ok i figured it out

if any one wanted to know u just unscrew the sensor think and pull it really hard haha if ur dodgy but they way i did it was take off the panals on the inside and then u can see the sensor with two black plugs and ur simply disconnect them...

AND NOW U CAN LISTEN TO UR STEREO WHILE WORKING ON UR CAR WITH YOUR DOORS OPEN AND NOO ANNOYING BBEEP....BEEP.....BEEP....BEEP.....BEEP....BEEP... ..BEEP....BEEP.....BEEP....BEEP.....BEEP....BEEP.. ...BEEP....BEEP.....BEEP....BEEP.....

THATS HOW MUCH IT ANNOYED ME LOL


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My 87 Sammy's buzzer stuck on and after trying to find it I gave up and seen this thread. Well, all I did was take the left speaker off, follow the plunger wire to a part that tee's into two wires and the one that went toward the instrument panel I unplugged from the tee. That was it. Didn't have to ground anything.
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There is a simpler solution, try winding the window down and closing the door, that way you can hear the stereo and it keeps the dome light off.
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