TO ACCESS the Chime Unit you must be on your back. IT IS LOCATED inside the dashboard near the inside top of the dash just to the left of the Radio/Deck.
A GOOD REFERENCE point is the accelerator (Gas Pedal). It is straight UP above that position.
EASY TO DISCONNECT, just pull the connection, it comes right off and then - S I L E N C E :-)
The door chime on a 2001 Ford F250 can be disabled by removing the fuse. Another option is to disconnect the wiring harness connected to the chime.
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).
Find and remove or disconnect the chime relay.
The chime comes from inside the body computer. Which is located under the left side of the dash.
The door chime is located inside the driver's side door. It is part of an instrument cluster that controls the interior lights, locks, and alarm.
The chime is located on the dashboard of the Century. If it does not sound, you may need to have your vehicle's electrical system examined.
It is located on the drivers side just under the dash about as far to the door (left) as you can get. It is a pink box about the size of a cigarette pack. I had luck just sliding it toward the front get it out.If you want to make it stop a continuous chime that is an intermittent problem that you can't diagnose, carefully open the chime up and remove the "E" shaped metal bar. That will significantly reduce the sound.russ
The "door chime" is actually integrated into the factory stereo system. If you have upraded your stereo, you loose the chime. And you thought engineers were smart :). Crutchfield sells a wiring harness to tget the chime back... it;s about $80 though.
if you disconnect it you will have a fault code stored in youy ecu and will cause problems like dome lamps staying on all the time..
u cant once u remove the chime or the relay the immobilizer will stop functioning and u dont wont that because your car wont start. please recoomend me if this helps
chime module is bad,youll find it under driver side dash,near the door,need a small flat head screw driver to pop the tab to slide everything out
The chime module is located underneath the left side of the dash right abve the fuse box.
Is your chime continuing after cranking vehicle and door is closed. If so, there is an electrical switch in the door that gets stuck. Use a spray lubricant inside the door latch to free switch.
The brain that holds the door chime is behind the factory stereo on the left hand side The brain that holds the door chime is behind the factory stereo on the left hand side
Not sure on the disconnect part, but after you start the truck, push your dome light on and off 4 times, you will hear it chime, the daytime running lights will then be out. But you gotta do it each time you start the vehicle....
it is located at the very left corner of the instrment panel, right of the hazard flasher and in front of the door chime. Also, if the Hazard Flasher is still working, you can engage it and find the area they are in by the sound. (Clicking)
It is inside the body computer.
The chime module is a rather large white relay box located under the dash below the glove box.
Under driver's side instrument panel on far left. It is a box about the size of a cigarette pack and it is the first thing you will see when looking under the panel.
Wear your seatbelt !
No But you will lose your Chimes "not needed anyway"
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You can go under the driver side of the dash, turn the lights on, listen for the chime to locate it. Once located simply unplug the two wire connector.
The orange and white wire on a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee near the driver's side door is probably a part of the seat belt sensor. If the driver is not wearing a seat belt when the car is driven, there is a chime that will sound. If this chime is not sounding, it was probably disconnected.