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1995 Toyota Corolla 1.8L Station Wagon: the key reminder chime stays on when the driver's door is opened even though the key is no longer in the ignition. Looking for cause and fix. Thanks
There is a knob on the door fram that triggers the chime..
tape it down with duct tape
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: will the alarm go off or not?
Hi, alarms can be programmed to chime/not chime etc. Simple way is actually test it just to be sure. Set the alarm and try the door. If it doesnt work, then the door sensor could be faulty OR that chanel could have been programmed to be bypassed. Will require the user man for programming. Best of luck
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Go sit in your truck and close all the doors. Light stays on right? Put your key in the ignition. Does the chime start going off when you put the key in? If so, door switch or the GEM thinks a door is open.
To find out which door... Leave the key in the ingntion. Turn to the on position. Even with doors closed, chime sounds once after a few seconds and door ajar light comes on and stays on right? Open each door one by one. The chime should sound each time you open a door. When you find the door that doesn't make the chime sound when you open it, that is the problem. (Don't forget to try the rear hatch and the hatch glass also!) To determine if the switch is bad or if the GEM is having a problem thinking the door is open, just unplug the suspected switch, close all the doors, and see if the problem stops. (don't forget to wait a second to give the lights time to go off) If unplugging the switch solves it, the replace it. If it doesn't, Ford can check your GEM to see if it is the problem.
I hope this helps
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