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    Quote Originally Posted by Togan
    hey why u callin me pw when UR keep jacking the thread?




    OR another way to do it is...

    1) open the driver door


    2) sit in ur car turn on the music


    3) take ur index finger


    4) push it against the rubber nipple, hold it there and listen to music!

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    (hah) thats a good one!

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    togan, if you use that methos you may as well just open your windows instead.... just hope your not working on the door!!!

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    nono i will do this, i was jk.. im tired of that chime i just wanna find that beeping device and rip it out so bad

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    Thanks Natey, piece of cake 15 min. mod.

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    my door chime was killed by my turbo timer
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    On my 2000 protege ES I just turn the key to on (without starting) and the beep goes away after about 10-15 seconds with any doors open. This not the same for the 5 or MSP?

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    Not to mention drain your battery very fast, as all the car's electronics are on.

    ACC is just the radio and 12volt plug I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZapWizard
    Not to mention drain your battery very fast, as all the car's electronics are on.

    ACC is just the radio and 12volt plug I think.
    Hey all

    I tried it today but my car wouldn't start once I unplugged it. Is it possible that this can interfere with a kill-switch or anti-start device installed?

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    fantastic mate thank you so much. 40 minutes passed and I couldn't coax the little bastard out... so i cut it and it's bliss

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    lol, I almost did the same thing.
    Just make sure the wires's got a piece of tape on it so it doesn't ground out, and you're set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChopstickHero
    easier way to do this.

    1. Remove the three screws that are under the steering column.

    2. Raise the tilt on the steering wheel.

    3. Reach towards the lower back piece and pull (pretty tough) down. This will separate the bottom from the top piece of plastic on the steering column.

    4. Once you remove the plastic coverings you will see the innards of the steering column. Look at the keyhole. To the lower right of it just 1.5'' away you will see a clip that inserts itself vertically. Depress the lock on the right side of it and pull the switch out (downward direction). Your beeping will now stop!

    I don't recommend you cut any wires.... You may deploy an airbag! LOL But it can happen I guess.

    Oh and one more step:

    5. Replace all the panels.

    this was done on a 2002 Protege5, Canadian model. should be the same for US model too.
    Just did this on 2003.5 p5. I tried to do it through the gauge cluster, but no go.. I have the alarm light thingy (stock) stuck threw it, so the wire would have to be cut to pull the trim piece out.
    Pulling the steering column cover apart worked fine though.
    Thanks!

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    where is the actual device that makes the beep? i just want to muffle it so i cant hear it over music, but i dont wanna mess with wires.

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    good info


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