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What fuse make the car beep when you open the driver door and which one is for the radio?

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2015-02-09 11:33:15
2015-02-09 11:33:15

you annoyed at that dong dong sound!!!!! i just unscrewed the plunger on the drivers door jam and dissed it off! you annoyed at that dong dong sound!!!!! i just unscrewed the plunger on the drivers door jam and dissed it off!

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