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There is a back up beep inside the cabin rather that in the rear of the car. I'd like to turn off the beep.
Check the fuse panel for the fuse for that function and remove it ,the fuse cover or owners handbook will show the correct fuse
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This is caused by a bad sending unit in the fuel tank, I have
seen this many times and a new fuel sender fixes these every time.
This is very common in montanas... also for the fuel gauge (I believe its applicable for a 2000 and later), it may be an issue with the C-305 connector.
Its a pass-thru connection for wiring (from inside cabin to outside/underneath). It connects various wires for things in rear of vehicle(including connection to fuel pump/sensor). While its weatherproof on bottom (underneath) it is not inside cabin, spills/ various leaks inside can cause water intrusion and subsequent corrosion of wires.
The connector should be under carpet to the rear of drivers seat (you may be able to see exactly where by looking under vehicle for a bundle of wires that come out from cabin) .
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