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How do you stop the ding sound when the door is open on 1999 ranger XLT?

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2005-10-19 10:39:47
2005-10-19 10:39:47

If you have an owners manual it will tell you which fuse controls the door open alarm. If you disengage it you will stop the dinging. Most likely it also contols other things that you might not wish to disengage. An owners manual can be purchased at any parts store if you dont have one.

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