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how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

Most cars' open door warnings go off three or four times, then stop. If the driver's door to my '02 GT is open, it goes off continuously. My car's the frequent stereo system for our sports practices and some outdoor parties and it's a bitch having everything but the driver side door open. Suggestions?

[Later] - anyone wants to do this, scroll down and read my second post. Thanks to all - especially C B.
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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

My b/f said he would take care of this for me too. I think he mentioned something about disconnecting a wire. He's already done it in his '99 Tib.

EDIT - Ok, I found something here that might help. Go to this page:
http://www.hmaservice.com/webtech/default.asp

Then put in your make and model in the above drop-down boxes. Once the list populates below, go to 'Body Electrical System', then choose 'Electronic Time & Alarm Control System (ETACS)', then click on 'Electronic Time & Alarm Control Module' and click on "Inspection".

Go down to # 8 and it gives a diagram of the door chime connection to inspect if it's in the on or off position. Sorry, I'm not versed in electronics, so if you can read the diagram properly, you're in business. If that page doesn't help you, you might be able to find something else within that site. There's even a Ciruit Diagram and you can find the door wiring and chime belt.



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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

I disconnected mine just because it sux.

What you do is:
1. Lay with head under steering wheel.
2. Shine flaslight up above pedals.
3. Find box making noise by touching it to quiet noise.
4. Disconnect wire connector.
5. Be a lot happier.

Hope this helps.
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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

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I disconnected mine just because it sux.

What you do is:
1. Lay with head under steering wheel.
2. Shine flaslight up above pedals.
3. Find box making noise by touching it to quiet noise.
4. Disconnect wire connector.
5. Be a lot happier.

Hope this helps.
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lol
i wish all instructions were like that, this should be made into a sticky :lol:

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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

lmao:smoking:
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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

Got to give that a try!!!

Maybe I will re-use the chirper for my lights
(when you shut the car off the chirping will let you know they need to be turned off)

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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

I try to make stuff simple...because it is. I fvcking hate that chime bvllshit.

mtomas., I have a 2000 Elantra. When I open my door or turn off my ignition with my lights on, their is a chime. My headlights also turn off. Check it out.
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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

I was quite annoyed by the chime with my 91 Excel also, so I disconnected it, but I just haven't gotten the time to disconnect the 03 GT's...


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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

All you have to do is take the switch off at the door jamb and disconnect the wire, takes 30 seconds.
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Re: how do you stop the never-ending driver's-open-door-chirping?

"Originally posted by C B

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I disconnected mine just because it sux.

What you do is:
1. Lay with head under steering wheel.
2. Shine flaslight up above pedals.
3. Find box making noise by touching it to quiet noise.
4. Disconnect wire connector.
5. Be a lot happier."

FYI for all: seemed that there were two ways to do it- disconnect the wire at the door sensor or at the box. I did the box b/c I still want the open door warning to show up on the instrument panel so I followed C B's directions.
When you're looking up at all the wires and boxes behind and under the wheel, it's the one directly above you, to the right of the round metal thing (mine had a V or X-something sticker on it), with white connection pieces. You can tell you've got the right one b/c you can feel a slight vibration when the bastard's ringing.
They were all right; it takes five seconds for piece and quiet. Thanks all.
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