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Door ajar/seat belt bell/busser dings constantly. how do you disconnect? please help. allen florida

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Follow your ear to the buzzing noise (normally below steering wheel) you will find the small unit (relay) that makes the sound, simply pull it out.. problem solved.

You may find one of the door switches are stuck so the car thinks the door is open?

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