Ford Crown Victoria
Ford Escape XLS
Ford Escape XLT

Can you disable the warning chime when you open the door with the key in the ignition on a 97 crown vic?

242526

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2015-07-15 21:20:00
2015-07-15 21:20:00

You can unplug it. Its under the dash board

1
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions

User Avatar

Do any of your lights work ? or if the key is in the ignition and the drivers door is open do you hear the warning chime ? If not , it sounds like a bad battery cable connection or a dead battery

User Avatar

Since the chime is built into the lighting control module, you will not be able to just unplug the chime, so if you swish you can disable the key-in warning switch in the steering column. Remove the lower column shroud and find the single BK/PK wire coming from the kay cylinder area. Snip that wire, and you should be chime-less, at least as far as the key is concerned. It will still ding for ather reasons, like if you open the door with the lights on.

User Avatar

The only way short of rewiring your cars restraint system it to wear your seat belt. Not only is it the law in most state, it may even save your life.

User Avatar

Where is the ignition control module located in my 1992 Crown Victoria

User Avatar

my 1985 ford crown Victoria ignition has locked up! what do i do?

User Avatar

i don't know why you wouldn't want to wear a seatbelt but you could go to a junkyard and get the male end from another vic and cut it off the belt and place it in the offending seatbelt end

User Avatar

Does your underhood light come on ? or if the key is in the ignition with the drivers door open , do you hear the door chime ? If not , it sounds like a bad battery cable connection or a dead battery

User Avatar

To state the obvious - wear the seatbelt. There are reasons to disable the chime. 1. Turn key to accessories "on" 2. Wait for seatbelt light to turn off and then press the seatbelt release button 9 times. 3. The abs light then illuminates for 5 seconds, when it turns off, press the seatbelt release button 1 more time. 4. The abs light will blink to confirm the code was entered. 5. This must also be done on the passenger seat.

User Avatar

8 -------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have a 1998 or newer Ford Crown Victoria that has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P.) ignition system there are ( 8 ignition coils ) as mentioned above Before that the 4.6 liter in a Ford Crown Victoria had ( 2 coil packs )

User Avatar

If the key is broken off in the ignition of the 96 Crown Victoria it will have to be picked out. If the key is out and broken, a locksmith can use the broken pieces to make a new key or rekey the ignition.

User Avatar

the ignition module is on the distributer(the thing all the spark plugs wires go to)

User Avatar

A worn ignition switch causes this. You did not turn the ignition off to the locked position. So you would not need the key to turn the car back on. Make sure when you take your key out you can't turn your car back on and then when you open a door it will not make a noise. Just a security feature.......?

User Avatar

There should be a switch on the left side of the glove box. Please note that this may disable your ABS as well.

User Avatar

No , it has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system

User Avatar

is it just blaring and wont stop or it wont let you start the vehicle?

User Avatar

On a 1995 Ford Crown Victoria : There is no distributor , it has an Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS ) with ( 2 ) ignition coil packs that have four towers on each where the spark plug wires connect

User Avatar

my 1993 crown vic shut off with out warning while at stop light only once in a while

User Avatar

The Ignition control module is mounted under the hood. It is on the fire wall right beside the hood strut,

User Avatar

Wear your seat belt, your car is trying to save your life!

User Avatar

pull the fuse to it Why do people give obvious but ridiculous answers when they really don't know? There is no fuse. Below the dash, driver side, next to the radio, is a black box about the size of a book. Remove the harnesses (you'll need a short flathead for the bottom one). Remove the one screw in the corner and slide it out. Open the box - 2 screws and some snaps. Carefully remove both circuit boards. The chime is the round thing about 1.5" in diameter on the bottom circuit board. using a soldering iron, remove the chime by heating the 2 pins while pulling on the chime. Put everything carefully back together in revers order. None of the other important electronic functions will be affected, if you did it all correctly.

User Avatar

Probably computer controlled and not adjustable

User Avatar

It means your engine has a problem. (in any car )

User Avatar

There is a short somewhere in the ignition system causing the fuse to burn out. Start by replacing the ignition switch to see if that helps.

User Avatar

Actually it doesn't have a distributor or distributor cap The 2001 Ford Crown Victoria has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system with ( 8 ) individual coils


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.