The "Flash Lights On Lock/Unlock" feature can be turned on and off by performing the following procedure: 1. Press the LOCK button for 5 to 10 seconds.
2. While the LOCK button is pressed, (after 5 seconds) press the UNLOCK button. Release both buttons. The Sliding Door Open Flash can be enabled or disabled by performing the following procedure: 1. Place the key in the ignition switch. 2. Cycle the ignition switch ON/OFF four times ending in the OFF position. (do not start the engine) 3. Within 10 seconds of the final cycle, press the hazard switch. 4. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.
The running lights will turn off when the emergency brake is on by tripping a switch connected to the emergency brake. Pushing in the emergency brake slightly will do the trick, but make sure you don't push in too far or you will be driving with the emergency brake on!
No, it is built into the BCM and can not be removed.
Cut the wire!
Remove the relay or fuse for the door locks.
the dealercan turn them off with a scan tool
You put the key in the driver door and turn to the unlock position.
press emergency call, type ###, hit call, quickly disable it. and you are now in.
emergency brake lights are controlled by a switch usually at the lever or nearby, you can disable it by crossing the wires but it is better to replace it so that you are not driving around with the brake on by accident try cleaning the switch first so that it goes in and out easily.
You need a special cable VAG-COM ori VCDS. Disable it from coding in Cent. Elect. (09). You can also go to the dealer and ask to disable the function.
Turn the key in either front door or the liftgate.
It is an alarm system in disabled toilets with a red cord to pull in an emergency. It then emits an alarm sound (normally continuous beeping in the UK) to alert people to help with the emergency.
mash the emergency brake one click and that should turn them off
In case of an emergency a control allows you not to have to be on-site, so you can safely disable the device or experiment from a distance.
If you just want them off when your parked, just put on the emergency brake.
if they are daytime running lights you can not shut them off without pulling the fuse. but if you are parked and want them to go off you can apply the emergency brake and they will go off til you let off the emergency brake.
Has to be in park with the emergency brake on, or maybe they would turn off if you just tripped the switch on the emergency brake without actually engaging it. That way it wouldn't have to be in park.
if it can be done the dealer will have to do it some can be turned off and some cant it depends on build codes if it is a Canadian van you cant for sure
=== === Just ask Red Green. Depress the emergency break one click. Tee Jaay
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The simplest way to disable the DRLs on this vehicle would be to simply press the parking break pedal down JUST a hair. However, you will have to deal with the emergency brake light being on in your cluster panel.
You disable it.
Hi, here a checklist I put together a few years ago.BIOS - Ensure OS Drive is the first in Bios boot sequence.Explorer - Move My Documents to another physical drive, Uncheck "Automatically search for network folders and printers".Command Prompt - Disable Disk Performance Counters "diskperf -N".Control Panel - Clean out Scheduled Tasks, Backup and Remove Unwanted Fonts, Disable sounds, wallpapers and screensavers.MSCONFIG - /NOGUIBOOT, Remove unwanted programs from Startup.System Properties - "Adjust for best Performance", Optimize Virtual memory, Turn-off System Restore.User Accounts - Disable 'Use Fast User Switching'.Local Disk Properties - Disable NTFS drive compression and indexing, Disk Cleanup and Defrag.Services.msc -Alerter DisableAutomatic Updates DisableApplication Layer Gateway Service ManualBackground Intelligent Transfer Service ManualClipBook DisableCOM+ Event System DisableCOM+ System Application DisableComputer Browser DisableDistributed Link Tracking Client DisableDistributed Transaction Coordinator DisableError Reporting Service DisableFast User Switching Compatibility DisableHelp and Support DisableHuman Interface Device Access ManualIMAPI CD-Burning COM Service DisableIndexing Service DisableIPSEC Services DisableLogical Disk Manager ManualLogical Disk Manager Administrative Service ManualMessenger DisableMS Software Shadow Copy Provider ManualNet Login DisableNetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing DisableNetwork DDE DisableNetwork DDE DSDM DisableNetwork Location Awareness (NLA) DisableNT LM Security Support Provider DisablePerformance Logs and Alerts DisablePortable Media Serial Number DisablePrint Spooler DisableQoS RSVP DisableRemote Access Auto Connection Manager DisableRemote Access Connection Manager DisableRemote Desktop Help Session Manager DisableRemote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator DisableRemote Registry Service DisableRouting and Remote Access DisableSecondary Logon DisableSecurity Accounts Manager DisableServer DisableSmart Card DisableSmart Card Helper DisableSSDP Discovery Service DisableSystem Event Notification DisableSystem Restore Service DisableTask Scheduler DisableTCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service DisableTelephony DisableTelnet DisableTerminal Services DisableThemes DisableUninterruptible Power Supply DisableUniversal Plug and Play Device Host DisableUpload Manager DisableVolume Shadow Copy DisableWebClient DisableWindows Image Acquisition (WIA) DisableWindows Installer ManualWindows Time DisableWMI Performance Adapter Disable
Disable is a verb.
To disable a span element, the command disable () has to be used. The command disable () stores the address of the element as the node of the parent address.