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Old 12-19-2012, 03:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody any idea how I can disable the constant beep beep sound whenever my ignition key is in the ignition but not switched on. You need the key inserted to listen to the radio and It becomes very annoying when you're sat in the car without the engine running. If you take the key out you can't listen to the radio.
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Shouldn't do that!

My alto only beeps when key is in ignition and door is opened.
Maybe a dodgy door switch. Does cabin light come on when you open any of the doors?
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I agree with you Grayman
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Shouldn't do that!

My alto only beeps when key is in ignition and door is opened.
Maybe a dodgy door switch. Does cabin light come on when you open any of the doors?
Thank's for the tip, tried it out and found the door wasn't pushing the switch in far enough to break contact. Stuck a bit of rubber on the door with super glue where the switch makes contact, it works great now.

Thank's again.
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Had the same problem when I bought the car from new - drove home with the light stuck on until I pulled the bulb. Being new to new cars, I rang the helpline number I had been given thinking "how modern!". I still wonder how stupid the RAC breakdown operator thought I was....
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