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I have the same problem right now. I located the white box but how do I remove it?
Did you fix it? I have the same thing. No one says exactly what to do. I thought about looking for the black/pink wire in back of the key switch. They say that will cut the noise out for the key. Mine goes ALL THE TIME. If I cut the wire they say I'll have no blinker sound.
I haven't fixed it yet...It's still dinging! I'm afraid to cut the black & pink wire. Have you had any success??
Sorry I'm late. You don't have to cut the black/pink wire. I unscrewed the plastic cover under the ignition cylinder. I found the black/pink wire and pull it out or it kind of fell out with no problem. It has a black plastic piece on the other end. It snaps in up at the lock cylinder. You'll see the flat rectangle brass contact sticking out. No ding ding. HAHAHA I have a 2002, I assume yours will be the same. Good luck.
Now to get rid of the headlight ding.
Thank you soo much!!! I'm going to try it and let you know.
Yes let me know. I am going attempt pulling out the door ajar sometime. Either disable it or put a new one in. Sometimes that wire (black/pink) with the flat contact gets bent and sets off the chime too, The one for the ignition. I seen that on Youtube. Then of course the door ajar too can be out of whack thinking your door is always opened etc. I suspect my door ajar may be the problem. Before the dome lights contacts that hold the bulbs the light would be on even if the door was completely shut.
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