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Old 11-26-2012, 07:35 PM
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Beeping noise? Removal of internal speaker?

I have this beeping noise. I know this is a built in speaker that holds specific purposes. I was wondering if anyone knows where this is at? And how to remove it?
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I have a 2001 f350 7.3
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talking about the door dinger that obnoxiously alerts you that you have the door open?
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Someone please explain where it is and I will go rip mine out this very second



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this may shed some light on what you can do with your warning chime...

specifically the customer preference items. of course this requires a trip to the dealer. I believe the chime is built into the gem.

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To kill the door dinger with the key in, remove the under side panel from the steering wheel. There's a wire going to the key. Either snip the wire or unplug it.

For the seatbelt chime, simply disconnect the plug under the drivers seat.

The rest of the warnings, headlights on when not running and the door opens, etc, I don't know how to stop.


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The seat belt chime is easy on all fords around early 2000s just click the seat belt button when it starts chiming it will go off until you turn the engine off and restart


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I have a series of five sets of five beeps ....
I read somewhere that this is because the tunnel area in the middle of the area is damaged (caved in) or something wrong with the air bags - I bought this truck about 6 months ago and couldn't tell then but the truck had front end damage at one time and my air bag doesn't work now on the drivers side and I think the light bulb for the air bag was removed from the instrument panel because the light doesn't come up

I've been slowly fixing all the problems from the previous owner

Does anyone have information on what different series of beeps mean?

Anyone know anything about checking air bags or about this tunnel in the middle of the cab
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Late post I'm know but in your owners manual is a way to shut off the seat belt minder
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To kill the door dinger with the key in, remove the under side panel from the steering wheel. There's a wire going to the key. Either snip the wire or unplug it.

For the seatbelt chime, simply disconnect the plug under the drivers seat.

The rest of the warnings, headlights on when not running and the door opens, etc, I don't know how to stop.


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what color is this wire?
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