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> the beep of doom, geting rid of the ding ill teach u
post Mar 16, 2010 - 1:21 PM
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ok have you ever had your door open with your keys in it and it just dings and ding and ding all day and it drives you crazy ?
if your answer is yes then i have a great job for you first to get rid of the ding with no car problems (i promise )

remove your fuse box under your steering wheel, then you will see a red box near your fuse pannel that little basterd is located in there you must get to it!!! ok start by taking off your ignition pannel and unplug the wire attached to it so u can throw it in the back seat.

ok first pannel out of the way, second pannel is held in by 4 bolts/screws 10 mm or screw driver( your choice)
after them 4 are off there are 2 screws holding the hood latch there so take them off. throw that pannel in the back seat keep all bolts in floor.

they're all the same, 3rd pannel has got 4 bolts, take it off then find the plug that goes into the red box. get it off and take off the red box without cuting any wires. once you have the red box in hand ( u need it dont take your anger out on the beep) yet! Open the box with a knife, there is a round black plastic thing (the beeper) on the micro chip, so take a knife stick it under, and pop it off carefuly.

then plug the wires back into the box, careful they control your head lights then pop the box back in, and put the panels back on.
go on to the road, take round black peice (beeper) cover in gas, and set that *%$#er on fire

thx guys need help with anything pm or text

This post has been edited by HKS-celi-gt: Mar 17, 2010 - 11:01 AM
post Mar 16, 2010 - 1:23 PM
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I appreciate your efforts and the info is helpful, but could you please revise the paragraph with some structure? Reading it gives me a headache.


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post Mar 16, 2010 - 1:47 PM
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I'd just shut the door, but thats just me.
post Mar 16, 2010 - 4:45 PM
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QUOTE (SwissFerdi @ Mar 16, 2010 - 2:23 PM) *
I appreciate your efforts and the info is helpful, but could you please revise the paragraph with some structure? Reading it gives me a headache.


Pictures would also be helpful.


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post Mar 16, 2010 - 6:14 PM
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QUOTE (SwissFerdi @ Mar 16, 2010 - 2:23 PM) *
I appreciate your efforts and the info is helpful, but could you please revise the paragraph with some structure? Reading it gives me a headache.


lol. but his writing style adds so much to the post. i actually feel aggravated at the beep. laugh.gif seriously...


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(14:19:21) Daniel: That was a JDM hole in the side of the box too. There was so much JDM trapped inside that box that they couldn't contain it, so they had to put a JDM hole in the box to let the JDM out.

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No, it looks like a hooker put her acid vag on your hood. Acid vag = bigger problem than a few dings.
post Mar 16, 2010 - 6:43 PM
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put it in ON position so it wont beep when the door is open.


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post Mar 16, 2010 - 6:48 PM
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QUOTE (HKS-celi-gt @ Mar 16, 2010 - 8:21 AM) *
ok have you ever had your door open with your keys in it and it just dings and ding and ding all day and it drives you crazy ?
if your answer is yes then i have a great job for you first to get rid of the ding with no car problems (i promise )

remove your fuse box under your steering wheel, then you will see a red box near your fuse pannel that little basterd is located in there you must get to it!!! ok start by taking off your ignition pannel and unplug the wire attached to it so u can throw it in the back seat

ok first pannel out of the way, second pannel is held in by 4 bolts/screws 10 mm or screw driver( your choice)
after them 4 are off there are 2 screws holding the hood latch there so take them off. throw that pannel in the back seat keep all bolts in floor.

they're all the same, 3rd pannel has got 4 bolts, take it off then find the plug that goes into the red box. get it off and take off the red box without cuting any wires. once you have the red box in hand ( u need it dont take your anger out on the beep) yet! Open the box with a knife, there is a round black plastic thing (the beeper) on the micro chip, so take a knife stick it under, and pop it off carefuly.

then plug the wires back into the box, careful they control your head lights then pop the box back in, and put the panels back on.
go on to the road, take round black peice (beeper) cover in gas, and set that *%$#er on fire

thx guys need help with anything pm or text



better??? biggrin.gif thumbsup.gif

QUOTE (SwissFerdi @ Mar 16, 2010 - 8:23 AM) *
I appreciate your efforts and the info is helpful, but could you please revise the paragraph with some structure? Reading it gives me a headache.


This post has been edited by 808celica: Mar 16, 2010 - 6:50 PM


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post Mar 16, 2010 - 7:42 PM
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I'll typically take my keys out of the ignition.


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post Mar 17, 2010 - 11:03 AM
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you guys are like a damn word nazi wtf does my paragraph have to do with what im sayn gee. but i copy and pasted the re typed one by 808celica so thx and i can upload pix at school have fun with the beep
post Mar 17, 2010 - 11:23 AM
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Your paragraphs ARE what you're saying - and when they're jammed together into one mass of poorly spelled and poorly punctuated garbage no one can understand.

By performing the steps you attempted to outline in that pile-of-disgrace-to-the-english-language-you-call-a-post you will not have an audible reminder to remove your keys from the ignition before you get out, making it easier for you to lock your keys in the car, which I think would be hilarious. Don't screw with the features in your car. They're there for a reason.


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post Mar 17, 2010 - 11:30 AM
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or you could just remove the little white bit from the ignition lock and you're good smile.gif
(see dangling little white plug) remove kick panel and/or the ignition key trim, remote white thing /done

post Mar 17, 2010 - 12:12 PM
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you cant lock the celica when the keys are in the ignition and in ACC or lock position. i believe its in the manual too.

i agree that its a good feature to remind you that the keys are still in the ignition so you dont forget it in the car.


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post Mar 17, 2010 - 12:55 PM
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My girlfriend locked my keys in the ignition of my first Celica (95 ST), but it had manual locks/windows, so she was able to flip the lock and shut the door.


The beeping was going off while she did it, too.




she also locked my mom's 99 Legacy GT with the keys in the ignition..... and the car running.


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post Mar 17, 2010 - 1:06 PM
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aw locking the car when engine running suck. happened to my bro in law too. how long was it running before you guys got it unlocked?


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post Mar 17, 2010 - 1:28 PM
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We were only a few miles from home, so she stayed with the car while I went home to get keys. Maybe 20 minutes total? Sure taught her a lesson!


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post Mar 17, 2010 - 2:06 PM
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QUOTE (HKS-celi-gt @ Mar 17, 2010 - 9:03 AM) *
you guys are like a damn word nazi wtf does my paragraph have to do with what im sayn gee. but i copy and pasted the re typed one by 808celica so thx and i can upload pix at school have fun with the beep



No one here is out to eradicate an entire race of people, so no, we're really NOT like a damn bunch of Nazis. We're just more or less in the real world, where we're trying so desperately to decipher what you're saying, but the amount of effort it takes to do so is just, well, unreasonable. All that sh1t your 9th grade English teacher taught you was TRUE. If you want to get along in the world, you have to be able to communicate effectively. This is the point I was making a few months ago in your FS post. Remember, that one, where you so eloquently and maturely told me to go fcuk myself? Yeah. That one. Funny how things come full circle, isn't it?


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post Mar 19, 2010 - 2:00 AM
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QUOTE (playr158 @ Mar 17, 2010 - 12:30 PM) *
or you could just remove the little white bit from the ignition lock and you're good smile.gif
(see dangling little white plug) remove kick panel and/or the ignition key trim, remote white thing /done



Not related to the post, but wrong - that white bit is what allows your power locks to flip themselves unlocked when you have your door open and the keys in the ignition. Trust me, I severed mine thinking it was for the ignition keyring, and I've locked my keys in my car three times since. Plus, my locks will stay locked when my door is open with the keys in, whereas before it wouldn't. So yeah.

In any case, it has nothing to do with beeping. Or maybe it serves a dual purpose, but my car still dings when the keys are in and the door is open...if I recall correctly.


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post Mar 19, 2010 - 8:33 AM
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yea you severed it, i didn't thats the difference :lightbulb:
post Mar 19, 2010 - 11:26 PM
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Nope, my car doesn't ding lol just paid attention to it today.

Gotta grab a new one of those...


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post Mar 20, 2010 - 12:25 PM
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sry 16 year old from west virinia very iliterate cant spell or do a paragraph, so im just tryin to help people so if u cant read it post a edited verson for me and ill set it as the top thread like i did this one thx 808 celica.

it did help someone whos ding wouldnt go off even with the keys out door closed and my way doesnt take or mess with any wires so no chance in messn anything up and i live on a country road and dont lock my doors or take my keys out that is why it is helps.

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