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Chime disable how do I stop the chime for the emergency brake its released but the light is still on an when you are moving the chime is going

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Ground the park brake switch wire to simulate the brake is off.

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I did the same thing a couple of months ago. You can release it manually by reaching under the E-brake pedal and pulling the metal piece (don't know what its called) towards you to release the pedal...hard to describe, but feel around under the pedal and there is a thin metal piece attached that will disengage the brake if shifted....I did it myself when my handle broke off in the store parking lot.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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