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Ringing in my ears

After startup there is a low beeping sound that lasts for about 1 miniute. What is it and how do we get rid of it. THANK YOU

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    ga_drifter May 11, 2010

    its either a seatbelt reminder or a warning light reminder, is there any warning lights on the instrument panel on?

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Sure it's not the seat belt buzzer? find it and cut the wires.

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