Unplug the door switch.
Just turn open the fuel fill cap and you will hear the depressurizing sound. Ttssssssss.
Don't do it. But if you want still to do that the speaker is located just next to the ignition cylinder. You have to remove the panel under the steering wheel if you want to modify factory options.
There's a wire under the driver's seat (under the carpet) that goes to the seatbelt, unplugging this will disable the annoying buzzer you have till u put on your seatbelt. An off note on that... The paramedics will also appreciate the lack of noise when they investigate how you died in the accident by not wearing a seatbelt...
Prelude means the tone of the song like high, low, or in between both levels of sound.
It sound like the switch needs to be adjusted down below the brake pedal. Someone thought it might be a solenoid problem? Does that sound right?
I'm having a similar problem. The passengar seat belt will not close, which causes the beeping to never end. Currently, I have disabled the beeping. I removed the door panel on the side with the problem, unplugged the grey connector and placed a wire in the plug shorting it out to fool it into thinking the door is still open. Kevin
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Turn the volume down.
you press the lock button
it is not a virus you just have to redownload a software update for the sound card to work again
You can disable the speed alarm by removing the speed alarm fuse. When the fuse is removed the alarm will not sound.
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Doesn't sound like carb. If it were running rich you would be getting black smoke Check coolant level and oil -- sounds more like head gasket
Find and remove or disconnect the chime relay.
It means your seatbelt isn't in.
This your transmission making this sound it's most likely a bad wheel bearing and can last a week, a month or even year before the transmission fully gives out.
Why do you want to do that? You probably don't use the belts,right? Silence the seat belt warning by putting the belt on idiot. No you are the idiot. I am looking for the same thing because I have a dog and every time he gets off and back on the seat the bell starts up again.
You'll have to find the manual that came with your security system or contact the installer to get one.
dude honestly you need to know how to change oil in the first place in order to do this. hahah sound like you have no automotive skills and should not attempt this process. i will tell ya how to change your oil tho, take it to Goodyear or jiffy lube
probably CB axel, is it a honda?
Are you referring to a loud exhaust sound? If so, it could be (Going from the engine back to the tailpipe) a cracked or leaking exhaust manifold - a leaking exhaust pipe - a leaking catalytic converter - a leaking muffler. That covers the exhaust system. If you are talking about a noisy clattering sound in the engine, you could possibly need a valve adjustment.
i think that it is a crime because it does not even sound legal
If the popping noise happens when you let off the gas, it is probably a backfire caused by unburnt fuel in the exhaust cycle. Advancing the timing can remove the noise, but possibly at a loss of power While you are under the hood of the engine check plug wires