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Old 05-17-2009, 09:58 AM
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Ok then this is not the mod i want. As Senix mentioned I want to kill the stupid thing period.
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My fault. Yes it works the way you want Senix. Key in the ignition. Doors open or closed. No dinger. Wasn't thinking straight when I posted it the other way.
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Ok so you think then my truck must be wired differently? Guess I will need to strip each wire to test. Karl4Cat, has anyone else had a different color wire in the past. The guy wiring my truck was probably high on something.
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There is the hard ways and there is an easy way to disable the door chime. I think that my way is the easy way.
1. Remove the lock cylinder from column.
2. Take a piece of electrical tape and cut it to fit the contact patch on the cylinder.
3. Place it on the cylinder.
4. Reinsert the cylinder into column. Open door and listen to the sound of silence or your stereo.

Looks like the way to go to me....easy to do, and also to undo.

Why cut wires if it isn't necessary?
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Nope, always been the gray and blue one. Use a bright light too because I've seen different colors morph under bad lighting under the dash. I'm sure there are other gray and blue wires under there too. Are you sure you got the one going to the ignition?
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Looks like the way to go to me....easy to do, and also to undo.

Why cut wires if it isn't necessary?
Because this doesn't work on 08 and newer.
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Looks like the way to go to me....easy to do, and also to undo.

Why cut wires if it isn't necessary?

I tried this one first but as Karl4cat mentioned the 08's are different.
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Ok lets try again. The wire I cut is actually a security wire. Its blue and more dark gray. I had a hard time reaching it but I was able to unplug a group of 4 wires connected to the side of the lock cylinder. From what i can tell all four wires are part of security. Anyway, is the blue / gray wire a blue wire with a small light gray strip or the opposite? Also, are you trying to pull it from the main bundle going up to the steering column or are you pulling it from some of the bundles after they branch off up in the column itself?
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I got it from the main bundle. The blue and gray are the exact same size. Not a solid color with a tracer. Looks like a test light will be the only way to be sure.
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Well its done but it was harder than i expected. Anyway, the correct wire is a blue wire with a smaller light gray strip down the side. I ended up going through each wire carefully as many of them looked like a possibility at first. Ended up there were three wires that were close in color. One is blue with dark gray stripe, one was gray with blue stripe but the correct wire is blue with small light gray stripe and its slightly bigger in diameter than gray with blue strip. Be careful cause if you don't have enough light the blue and white wire combos look similar as well. Anyway, I ended up cutting a extra wire that I had to repair but now all is good. I have no dinger with key in ignition with door open or closed. The dinger for the lights on and truck off still works which is good for me.
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Glad it worked out.
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just did the tape thing this morning. works like a charm. its like heaven now, i wish i would have done this as soon as i got the truck...
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From the thread; http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/78...elt-chime.html


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To remove the key ;
Turn key to on position
Insert 1/8" round probe into underside of column and press upward to disengage retaining pin.
Pin is seen in photo at lower left of cylinder.
Pull cylinder out of column.
Simply slip cylinder back into column to reinstall.
This worked great, took 5min, the sound of silence is golden, thank you!
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Well its done but it was harder than i expected. Anyway, the correct wire is a blue wire with a smaller light gray strip down the side. I ended up going through each wire carefully as many of them looked like a possibility at first. Ended up there were three wires that were close in color. One is blue with dark gray stripe, one was gray with blue stripe but the correct wire is blue with small light gray stripe and its slightly bigger in diameter than gray with blue strip. Be careful cause if you don't have enough light the blue and white wire combos look similar as well. Anyway, I ended up cutting a extra wire that I had to repair but now all is good. I have no dinger with key in ignition with door open or closed. The dinger for the lights on and truck off still works which is good for me.
Did this fix now dinger is off with the key in. Dinger turns back on access. to listen to the radio. Anyone have a fix for that wire?
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Anyone have any info. on the 08' & 09'
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