Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
How do I disable the door chime
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.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: passenger door ajar
it sounds like a bad door switch, does the dome light stay on also? if so, it is a bad door switch.it is also possable the switch is adjustable and you can try each of them individualy by pushing in the tab in the door jam that looks like a "turkey timer" (but it is black)..good luck, marty
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
2 possible solutions. First clean the door pin contacts(multiple spring loaded pins on door side and matching plate on body) with a scotch pad until shiny gold color again. Second the rear edge of the door should be 1mm inside the body opening when closed. If those are correct it is going to take a software download from a dealer to the door control module to fix this. Otherwise you will have to pull the psd fuse and breaker from the right side dash fuse box.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
One or more of your sliding door may have lost their learned opened/closed position.Also the door may be binding,obstructed or need a latch adjustment.If a relearn is required return to a GM dealership as a diagnostic scan tool is required.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
unfortunately the fuse that runs the chime also runs other items on that circuit so pulling the fuse isn't an option, basically what you need to do is check each door switch , one is shorted, and is in the open position,, they are located at the side rails of each door, remove the deco rubber trim, and you will see that a screw holds them on, they pop right out, with a meter, check each switch for continuity with the switch in the OUT position, when the switch is depressed, you should get no reading, since that closes the circuit, you can either replace the bad switch, ( sometimes they just get stuck,m so move them around and spray some electrical contact cleaner on each one) BY the way,, on this model of vehicle, there have been a number of issues with the sliding door latch ,, here are some of the issues ,, http://www.lemonlawclaims.com/Chevrolet_uplander_sliding_door.htm
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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