It is inside the body computer.
The chime is built into the body computer under the dash on the driver side, behind the fuse box.
The chime is part of the body computer and can not be removed.The chime is part of the body computer and can not be removed.
Try turning the key to the on position then back to off 4 times, then press the driver's door lock button. You should hear a chime if it works.
The warning chime is on the instrument cluster. It needs to be disassembled to get to, and it cannot be disabled because it is tied in to the instrument cluster.
It is unlawful to not wear a seat belt while driving or riding in a car. Wearing the belt turns off the chime. Some vehicles (VW's for instance) will chime for about 3 minutes then the light goes out and the warning signal turns off.
Check to make sure that the plug (there normally is a piece of plastic that pushes in the switch to make the chime go off) Go and push the button in by hand with your keys on if it goes off than this is the problem. If the chime does not go off after a few seconds than the problem is that the switch mechanism in the chime is malfunctioning and you need to go and pull the chime and either leave it out or replace it.
look under the drivers seat and passenger seat and there should be a wire coming off the seat belt that you can unplug to stop the chime.
On my 94 xlt explorer the chime sound is coming from underneath the dash right above the left side of the hump in the floor. There is a grey plastic plug with several wires coming from it, plugged into a black plastic box. You can feel it vibrate so you know you've found it, very accessible.
The doorbell chime was an annoying one.Feel free to chime in any time.
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.
Check the back for kinks
On a vehicle that new, I'd be on the phone with the dealer if I were you - OR - read the owners manual.
One probably cause is that the door is slightly ajar. Another is a faulty door switch ... if the contacts aren't closing properly, leaving the circuit open with the door shut securely, the door chime will sound.
The chime sound comes out of the instument cluster.The chime sound comes out of the instument cluster.
Could it be any of these; Safety belt warning chimeChimes to remind you to fasten your safety belts. For information on the safety belt warning chime, refer to the Seatingand safety restraints chapter. Supplemental restraint system (SRS) warning chime For information on the SRS warning chime, refer to the Seating and safety restraintschapter. Key-in-ignition warning chime Sounds when the key is left in the ignition in the OFF/LOCK or ACC position and the driver's door is opened. Headlamps on warning chime Sounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on, the ignition is off (and the key is not in the ignition) and the driver's door is opened.
To 'chime in' is to offer your opinion, usually in an ongoing conversation.
チャイム chaimu It sounds like chime in english.
If the chime won't stop on your Chevy Silverado, you can remove the chime fuse in order to make it stop. Open the fuse panel and choose the fuse that is marked 'chime module.'
There is no actual "chime" for the backup warning. The chime is generated by the radio just like the "KEY IN IGNITION" or the "HEADLAMPS ON" chime. The Rear Parking Assist Moudle sends a signal to the BCM which requests the proper chime for the Radio to produce in the speaker(s).
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.
If the word refers to the action, as in "the bells chime", it is a verb.
It can be, either the sound or the mechanism that make it. It can also be a verb to chime.
The church bells chime every hour.