Probably a sticking door switch, give it some wd40. The switch should be where the door hinges.
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
Find and remove the chime.
Just bought a used Daniel Dakota Westminister wall clock and it does not chime.
If your battery has a DEAD CELL , the engine won't crank , none of the courtesy lights will work , even the door chime for the key in ignition with the drivers door open won't make a sound even with the alternator and voltage regulator working fine
If the ignition chime will not turn off on a 1994 Ford tempo the switch for the sound is jammed. The steering column with have to be removed to access the switch for the ignition chime.
Do you mean the key in ignition chime?
Head lights on?
Buckle up your seat belt and the chime will go off.
take the key out of the ignition switch.
Buckle your seat belt.
Pull the key out just a little and the chime will stop. It may be controlledfrom the radio
most likely is a faulty chime switch,or a faulty ignition switch
Does your underhood light come on ? Or if you have the key in the ignition and your drivers door open , do you hear the warning chime ? If not , it sounds like a poor battery cable connection or a dead battery .
Yes, it should be located under dash on drivers side or on passengers side under dash to the right of the console
Could it be any of these; Safety belt warning chimeChimes to remind you to fasten your safety belts. For information on the safety belt warning chime, refer to the Seatingand safety restraints chapter. Supplemental restraint system (SRS) warning chime For information on the SRS warning chime, refer to the Seating and safety restraintschapter. Key-in-ignition warning chime Sounds when the key is left in the ignition in the OFF/LOCK or ACC position and the driver's door is opened. Headlamps on warning chime Sounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on, the ignition is off (and the key is not in the ignition) and the driver's door is opened.
Do your headlights work or if you open the drivers door with the keys in the ignition do you hear a warning buzzer or chime . If not , it sounds like a poor battery connection or a dead battery
Do any of your lights work ? or if the key is in the ignition and the drivers door is open do you hear the warning chime ? If not , it sounds like a bad battery cable connection or a dead battery
Do your headlights work ? or if you have the drivers door open with the keys in the ignition do you hear the key warning chime ? If not , it sounds like a dead battery or a loose / or corroded battery cable
put your seat belt on
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).
You cannot disable the chime. Just buckle up and it will stop chiming.
There is no chime for the headlights or key in the ignition with the door open
Does your underhood light come on ? or if you have the drivers door open with the key in the ignition do you hear the chime ? If not it sounds like a poor battery cable connection or a dead battery
1. Close all doors.2. Press and hold the Unlock button on door lock switch on drivers door.Hold until instructed to release.3. Insert and remove key from ignition 2 times. Do Not turn ignition.4. Insert key in ignition a third time and leave key in ignition. Do Not turn ignition.5. Release door lock switch on drivers door panel.A Chime will sound 3 times indicating that you are in programming mode.6. Press both the Lock and Unlock buttons on the remote up to 30 seconds.A chime will sound 2 times if remote has programmed successful.7. Repeat step 6 if you are programming additional remotes.8. Remove key from ignition to exit programming mode.
Dead battery or bad battery cable connection if none of your lights work or if the drivers door is open with the ignition key in the cylinder and you don't hear the warning chime