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OK guys, I bought my 05 Dakota for working around the farm. And when I work I like to have the radio on. And when I have the radio on I like to have the doors open so I can hear the thing. But I don't whant to hear that Stupid Nanny key in the ingition alarm. How can I disable this thing. The alarm seems to be way up underneath the dash board and has one of those sounds that you cant tell where it's comming from.
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Location: Sycamore, Illinois (displaced to Arkansas)
RE: How to disable key in ignition alert.
As long as the engine is not running, the alternator light and low oil-pressure light should cause no alarm. Now, if lights such as the airbag or ABS/brake lights do not go on after the bulb/system test, there is a problem in that particular system.
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1996 Dodge Dakota, 4x4, extended cab, 3.9L, automatic. - my baby
2012 VW Jetta Premium with Nav, 2.0L TDI diesel, 6-speed manual - the daily
Traded: 2009 Toyota Corolla S, 1.8L, 5-speed manual