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How do I stop the ding ding when my speed exceeds 71 mph? it will not stop until the speed drops below 71 mph.

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  • Superbovine May 11, 2010

    Is this an ex-rental vehicle? I have not experienced this in another 05 caravan at speeds over 71mph before.

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Remove the dinger, this is your frendily goverment telling you to slow down. Now they can send you a speeding ticket using your own car computer and GPS.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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