Stop complaining and put your seat belt on, or you might end up like the guy I saw the other day, whose car overturned, he was thrown out of the side window, somersaulted in the air, hit the highway and then got hit by a car travelling in the opposite direction. Seat belts are there to protect you, so you should not need to disconnect the reminder.
ford speed sensor is located on front of differential. speed ring is inside diff housing
There are a few and they are located before and after the catalytic converters (on exhaust pipes).
The touch sensor controls on JBL Synchros 400BT cannot be disabled.
"You'll miss those eyes in the back of your head." your motion sensor is disabled.
My stability system disabled signal kept coming on as well as the low engine power signal. The gas pedal sensor had to be replaced to fix it.
The passenger air bag is disabled by a weight sensor in the passenger seat. If the weight of the occupant is under a predetermined weight or is unoccupied the passenger air bag is automatically disabled.
Miss fire monitor disabled, unable to learn trigger wheel profile. Probably means the cam sensor is bad or intermittent, look for bad or loose connection, faulty sensor.
Mine did that I replaced the abs sensor.
You could probably sue the dealer for putting you in harms way.
The door chime switch on a 96 ranger is part of the door latch mechanism. If your door chimes all the time when your driving try spray lube on the latch that should free it up.
The sensor is behind the grill on the top and towards the driver side. The part at NAPA is $19 and change. Just take the old one out with a wrench of proper size, install new and start your engine. I have done that on my 2001 Supercrew and that solved my temperature sensor problems since mine was giving the wrong temp and since our winters up here in the North East are harsh on those parts. The part number is TS4005 and the description is A C Ambient Air Temp. Hope that helps. Ash
I've looked for the answer to this before. Both at mazda6club.com and mazda6tech.com and both sites confirm that it can't be disabled. MP
This is likely due to a stuck open door ajar sensor. The "Related Question" below will provide lots of ideas on fixing the root cause of the problem. The chimes will go away right after that ;)
Turn the car off... Then turn the keys in the ignition until all the dash lights light up... Then turn you headlights on and off maually three times... You should hear a beep. that means you have disabled the sensor! :) Hope that helps... repeat the process to turn it back on! :)
First buy a Haynes manual for your car. Cost is approx. $15.00 to 18.00 at any auto parts store,or even wal-mart, target, K-mart, on-line, etc. Other than that, a cheap way will still require a list of trouble shooting explanations of "chimes". (may be on web) If your T-Bird is anything like Ford cars I've had, try the following: A) Put in your ignition key B) Turn key towards you to the "accessory" setting C) Listen to the sequence of "chimes" and write down the first and second (or even 3rd sequence) D) The number of chimes or bells or whatever sound will correspond to a trouble shooting guide. For example: You turn the key towards you and you hear 3 "chimes" followed by a short pause, then 4 "chimes". So now you have the number 34. Check the trouble shooting guide in your Haynes manual (or another type manual may be available in your library) for that number. For example that number may indicate your oxygen sensor is plugged. Good luck, I hope I was close to helping.
either headlights are on or dome lights EITHER UR LITES ARE ON OR UR DOOR IS NOT CLOSING RIGHT ANSWER Does chime go off when door is closed? Mine does but chimes constantly with no key and door open. On mine it is in the key cylinder on the steering column. There is a sensor that says the key is in the ignition. I smack steering wheel and chime goes off. Find the one and only wire that goes to key cylinder and disconnect it. By doing this you no longer will be told that key is in ignition or that headlights are on so be careful.
c1996 is ford code for active yaw rate sensor disabled. Don't understand? go visit a Auto technician that what there trained to do and why they spent $30,000 on that tool box and tools. ScottS
what is difference between the sensor and the smart sensor
It uses a MAP sensor.It uses a MAP sensor.
No map sensor is manifold absolute pressure sensor and tps throttle position sensor
No, it is not a knock sensor at all. An AF (Air/Fuel Ratio) sensor is also know as a wide range oxygen sensor. It is the newer type oxygen sensor.
Downstream O2 sensor is an O2 sensor after the catalytic converter. Upstream O2 sensor is an O2 sensor before the catalytic converter.
Bank 1 sensor 2 is the sensor after the catalytic converterBank 1 sensor 2 is the sensor after the catalytic converter
You may have a faulty sensor. Check your oil level as well. If you recently had a change you will need to check it to make sure that it is not running out due to a leak. DO NOT just check where you park for a spot.
Pulse signals from what? speed sensor abs wheel sensor fuel pump pressure sensor crankshaft sensor camshaft sensor knock sensor