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You have one or more defective door ajar switches inside the door attached to the door latch assembly. This is a common problem and I have replaced at least 100 of them. Most likely it is the drivers door switch that is the problem, but since you must remove the door panel and rear door glass run channel to access the door ajar switch (and then it is still a pain) it is best to have the system read with a scanner to see which switch or switches is acting up. There is no easy way to disable the warning as it is a electronically controlled chime.
many drivers have dash lights to inform them that a door is open yet they still drive around and then complain about a knock some where in the back
I would check all the door sensors for adjustment and leave the alarm alone as , as annoying as it might be , it might let you know when a child has opened a door without your knowledge and save a life.
Its sensing that there is a key in the ignition. You have to replace the switch in the ignition cylinder that senses a key is inserted. Or alternatively access a wiring diagram and cut the wire from the key sensor to eliminate it.
Look underniethe dash for a rectangular black box, older chevs had the chime separate to the radio, yours may be old enough that it still has the chime box. If not, it could be the connection at the door or a bad door latch switch, via a wiring diagram you can find which wire diactivates the chime and either splice it or disconnect it, the system could work with continuity or an open circuit.
If You Are Talking About The Door Chime There Are Two Ways To Do It One Is To Simply Unplug the Chime Two Is To Remove The Steering Columm cover and Unplug the black wire that is going to the side of the key switch I would Recommend This Method Because Unpluging The Chime Its Self Will Disable the Headlight on Switch off Warning As Well Removing The wire From Switch on column will disable key in switch door open only
Not an easy fix! The door lock function was designed to lock doors only. you can however, disable this lock feature by simply cutting the light blue automatic door lock signal wire on the 6-wire harness plug connector located on the chime module (In component center).
Probably a faulty door switch. Are you familiar with what I'm talking about. Little push like switches that the doors push on as they close, usually on door post by latch end, or sometimes in jamb of door at hinge end.