There are two ways. They are both pretty old school and can be done without tools.I have been working on my 2006 GT, and the door chime is driving me crazy! Any way to disable it? Thanks:headscratch:
Please tell me that didn't happen to you. :happyhappAnother way used to be to take a pencil and use a pocket knife or hacksaw and trim it to the right length so the wood part pressed in the button on the front of the car opening and the eraser part wedged against the painted part of the door.
Then after you are done you totally forget it's there and close the door and [CRUNCH], you shove the button into the door frame where it dings for the rest of your life, because it fell into the car and you can't pull it back out.
Brilliant. You thought it sucked dinging while you worked on it? HA! Drive that baby to work.... ding.... ding.... ding.... for 25 mind-bending miles. Then you hear it in the back of your mind, all day, like a song that got stuck in your head.
There is a way, but the door will not latch closed.I have been working on my 2006 GT, and the door chime is driving me crazy! Any way to disable it? Thanks:headscratch: