Date: Sun, 20 Jun 1999 00:15:54 +0100
From: Leroy Curtis <leroynopsamam.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Computer programming on 9-5


In article <37733434.26351018nopsam.one.net.au>, Peter Wilkins <wilkinspnopsamnet.au> writes >On Fri, 18 Jun 1999 10:38:26 -0400, chip grabow <grabowcnopsamk.net> wrote : > >>so there IS a way to lower the volume of the alarm setting chirp? i also must >>lock/unlock my car at odd hours of the night due to work schedule and hate >>annoying my neighbors. it's surprisingly loud at 2am! can i do it or do i ask >>my dealer? (this is on a 9-3 SE) >> > >I don't think you can change the chirp. >I was talking about stopping the horn being blown when you deadlock the car >by pressing the lock button on the remote twice within 5 seconds. >You need to get the dealer to reprogram to stop the horn blowing, but you >still get the chirp. No, the chirp can be programmed out altogether, or set at any one of three different volume levels, or set to chirp any number of times between one and seven. We set them up at one loud chirp for lock, two for unlock and three for boot/tailgate unlock. -- Regards Leroy Curtis Please replace "nospam" with "baram" in my address if you wish to reply by Email

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