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Old 12-24-2009, 08:26 AM
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Back-Up Sensor Disable?

Hi, I searched FTE and found nothing. Has anyone figured out how to eliminate the reverse back up sensor alarm?

I know I can just hit the off button when I go into reverse but believe it or not I am actually tired of doing that. Doing it multiple times every day has taken its toll on my mental health!

I have successfully disabled ALL other beeps and dings thanks to FTE! This is the last one!!!

I am hoping that there is a more "professional" way to do this besides just yanking the fuse out.

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why does it beep all the time? min only beeps when there is something behind me. Do you want to totaly disable it or just fix it?
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I wish mine would auto-disable when my trailer is connected, like my Suburban backup warning does..(and tells me thru the console)..

the system KNOWS there is a trailer attached

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Yeah, I mean when a trailer is hooked up, which for me is almost every day. I just spent 14 days on the road going from job to job and I never unhook. Every time I back up I have to hit the stupid button.

It should auto disable Sam, would be nice.
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thats a good point..

suprizing they dont have a wire in the trailer hookup that tells the truck to disregard the backup alarm...
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you could unplug the harness at the rear bumper
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