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How do I adjust the Chime Level on an ADB340MP?

Now that the chimes are connected to my new ABD340MP, the door chimes are extremely loud. How can I lower the tone?

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  • connie_slye Dec 18, 2008

    Now I know I can't make an adjustment via the radio buttons like I could with the factory radio. So, now I have to remove the dash cover and the newly installed radio to get to the chime box. Good to know for this vehicle as well as others so I can lower that annoying chime. Thanks.

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Pull off the front cover of chime unit and turn down the volum control knob

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