The chime is a plug in device, while chiming track down the noise and pull the item out, pay attention to it though it may be telling you something. Most vehicles now will start to chime if you leave the blinker on too long as a reminder to shut it off, so make sure that there is not a valid reason for it before you unplug it.
The chime sound comes out of the instument cluster.The chime sound comes out of the instument cluster.
The chime comes directly out of the body computer. There is no relay.The chime comes directly out of the body computer. There is no relay.
Usually the chime sound comes from a relay box in your dash. There are two possible ways of shutting it up. 1 Disconnect the relay box. In this first case make sure that the box doesn't control anything else, or you'll have to do the other way. 2 Locate the box, disconnect it, open it, cut the wire that goes to the speaker, close the box, and put it back where it belongs.
The chime comes from inside the body computer. Which is located under the left side of the dash.
Disconnect the battery cable for about 10 minutes and the light will be reset. If it comes on again after driving, it's a recurring problem and you can get the codes read and hopefully fix the problem. Disconnect the battery cable for about 10 minutes and the light will be reset. If it comes on again after driving, it's a recurring problem and you can get the codes read and hopefully fix the problem.
TO ACCESS the Chime Unit you must be on your back. IT IS LOCATED inside the dashboard near the inside top of the dash just to the left of the Radio/Deck.A GOOD REFERENCE point is the accelerator (Gas Pedal). It is straight UP above that position.EASY TO DISCONNECT, just pull the connection, it comes right off and then - S I L E N C E :-)
i've unhooked the negitive battery cable and when i put it back on i cant get the door warning chime togo off .i can take out the fuse and it will go off but that all so disconect the radio and dvd player. ive tryed to take out fuse while car is runing and disconect the negitive cable then i put fuse back in turn car off put cable back on and start car and it will work for a little while when the warning chime comes on is when you go from park to drive.please help
Keep hold of the big button in the middle with the green x until something comes up and press disconnect controller
This is accurate for old style electromechanical door chimes. I believe the procedures will work with electronic chimes, but I have no experience with them so it may not. Your door chime system consists of three parts: * A step down transformer. Ususally 120VAC->24VAC and commonly mounted near the breaker panel. This powers the system. * A button by the door. * The chime unit. These three parts are wires in series. When the button is pushed it completes the circuit from the transformer to the chime. The energy draws a plunger into a solenoid. The inerta of the plunger draws it past the energized resting position, striking a chime to make the "ding". The plunger then comes to rest, held in the solenoid. When the button is released a spring pushed the plunger back out. Again, inerta oushed the plunger past its true resting position, striking the chime to make the "dong". Note: You will need a AC voltmeter for this. * Locate the transformer. You should see 24VAC (check the transformer rating to verify this) across the output terminals. If you don't see this the transformer is the problem. Check that it is powered. If the transformer has power but us not putting out an output voltage the transfoemer has failed. * Take the cover off your chime. You should see three terminals: a common, a front door chime terminal, and a back door chime terminal. Check the voltage across the front door terminal and common. It should be 0V. Have a helper push the door chime button. The voltage should go to the voltage you read across the transformer. If these measurements are as expected the chime has failed. * Pull the button out. You should see the transformer voltage across the terminals when the button is not depressed. When the button is depressed the voltage should be 0V. If you short the terminals the chime should sound. If you can sound the chime by shorting the wires the button has failed. * If you think the chime is bad, disconnect the wire from the front door terminal and connect it to the rear door terminal. There are two solenoids in the unit, so this is a quick test case. The chime should now sound as normal, but only sound one tone. If so, the front door soleniod is bad. You will have to replace the whole chime. If not, there is a problem somewhere else. * If you can't track down the problem above, completely disconnect the wiring from the transformer and short the two wires together. Disconnect the two wires from the chime and short them together. Disconnect the switch and measure the continuity between them. If you see more than a few ohms, you have a break in the wire. Have you done anything that would cut a wire or cause it to break lately? * Somewhere there is a splice, usually at one of the three components, as you need two runs of two cinductor wire to connect the 3 components. Find this and check it. You can also disconnect it and test the two runs independently.
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disconnect the main wire from your car alarm
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Driving a car in itself is not a chemical change. The chemical change in a car comes from burning the fuel.
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It comes of by force
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on the back of the steering wheel towards the middle are 3 screws. unscrew them and the horn button comes off and you disconnect the wire. If you want to disconnect it from under the hood to change it. you need to cut the wires that are running into it. It is located under the front passenger side bumper. hope that helped
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Power does not go to the battery, it comes from the battery, except when the car is running. At that time power does go to the battery from the alternator. Disconnect the + battery terminal.
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disconnect the return line off the reservoir, extend it with a piece of hose into a container to catch fluid. Start car and keep filling the reservoir till the fluid out of the return line comes out clean (2 qts or so). Do it again after a couple of days of driving to get all the contaminents out.
Disconnect battery, if light comes back on you need to get the code read and repair the error.