I had the same thing happen to my 1997 bird my door sensors needed to be adjusted because they didnt get all the way pressed down when the door shut
When this happened to my 1989 Tbird, it was because the automatic seat belts were not working and they were stuck on the "on" position. This was fixed by disconnecting the wires to the automatic seat belt and just sort of pulling it on and off. We were lucky that it wasn't stuck in the "off" position or the belt would have been unsafe. you.
i pulled the chime out from behind the glovebox , mine did the same thing .
I had a 1994 Thunderbird LX with the same problem. The ignition was replaced and that stopped the chiming.
Check to make sure that the doors are shut completely.
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A AC system does not have to work as hard if doors are closed unless someone is going in or out. If doors are left open heat can get into the house.
Possibly not, the Beatles had long stopped touring by the time the Doors got going.
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No, I think you will find that the hinges are going to be different, but the overall shape and size of the doors are the same.
There is... try driving in from I95 sometime...
We had that problem in our Highlander. Check to see that all the doors are closing securely -- including the rear hatch. That was our problem. We'd go over a bump and the thing would start going *bing bing bing*.
my friend just took his to the shop and they said they dont know why, but while driving down the road it would start going off, they said it could be the wiring somewhere they where pretty much going to have to tear it apart, plus the doors are going haywire too
It depends on the kind of driving and the environment you are driving in. If you are going to be doing strictly city driving or strictly highway driving or a combination. Different vehicles will have different mpg in town and on highway driving situations.
it depends on how fast your going. Ex- 15min driving 60mph= 15 miles of driving because you are going one mile a minute
You're going to have to be more specific than that. There are lots of hidden doors in Fallout 3.
Go the the carnival. Keep going straight and the doors will be there. Press the butterfly button.
I was told that in the Expedition 2004 you can push the belt release button when the chime is going off and that stops it until the door is opened the engine is turned off. Good Luck
My 1995 Ford Explorer has also done that occasionally ( although I have removed the ignition key as soon as I open the drivers door , the key in ignition chime starts " going " ) What I do is put the ignition key back in and then remove it again and the chime will stop Give that a try
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I'm sure it's possible. Is it going to be worth it, probably not. Will people think much of it, probably not. They are called 'lambo' doors for a reason.
which alarm? if it the security alarm then its because all the doors are not unlocked when they are being opended and if you pop your trunk but the doors are not unlocked it will do the same.
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