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Old 08-20-2011, 09:33 AM   #1
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Warning Chime Doesn't Work

Hey everyone, I have a 2010 Wrangler and recently the warning chime stopped working for everything. When you open the door, leave the key in the igniton, forget to put on your seat belt, low fuel warning the warning chime does not work. The dome light does work and all the fuses are good. Any idea what could have happened here? It's still under warranty, so I can bring it in but that is a bit of a hassle. The chime seemed to stop working around the same time that I changed the oil and reset the oil change warning light. I'm not sure if I hit some sequence with depressing the gas pedal (resetting the oil change warning) that turns off all warning chimes? I've checked the manual and been looking in the forum but haven't found anything that says you can disable all warning chimes. Any help would be great/

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Old 08-20-2011, 10:37 AM   #2
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I wish mine would be quiet. Sounds like you have a feature that 95% of the Jeep owners wish they had. I sure wish mine would stop beeping. Be happy and have a goodun!!!!!

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Old 08-20-2011, 10:41 AM   #3
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No Joke, Tell us how you did it.
I wish that my jeep did not beep at all, even the low fuel beep is obnoxious. Gee, thanks for letting me know I have 90 miles til I'm actually empty.
Don't complain and be happy.
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:48 AM   #4
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Yeah, I know a lot of Jeep owners would like to not have the chime, but I would like for it to work. I often drive into work in the dark but get there in the light and it is helpful to have the chime. And while I'm sure someone will suggest to "just remember" to shut your lights off, sometimes people forget and I for one like the little friendly reminder.

If it turns out that the chime isn't broken and I figured out someway to disable it, I will gladly share that information, I know many people would like it.
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