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these truck have that as a "safety" deal, but there is a way to disable it just not sure what it is all mine i had the dealer get rid of it. use the search i think there was a thread on it a while ago.
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Mine goes off when I try to back up with my door open, has to be latched.. I wish there was a way to disable it along with the seat belt dinger
There is a way to get rid of the seatbelt dinger. Read your owners manual or do a bit more research on here.
Also, the horn and flashing lights is a safety feature. I'm sure the dealership can hook up their scan tool and disable it. It's doubtful they will tho since it is a safety feature. Oh, and be sure to pull your box (if you're running one) off the truck before you go cuz they can seriously F-up things so your tuner won't work anymore.
Seatbelt minder is something like turn key to on (do not start)with drivers seatbelt in. Wait for all the dings and lights to go away. Click seatbelt in and out 3 times within 10 seconds of all dings stopping. Turn key off within 15 seconds. You should hear a single ding to confirm seatbelt minder is now off.
Do the same thing to turn back on if required.
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All of our trucks do this when you have the drivers door open. You could ground the sensor if you wanted and that would get rid of that. Because it would think its closed all the time.
They didn't do it out of the factory. There was a problem with people not getting their trucks all the way into park and getting out and the truck started driving away backwards. The recall for this was a flash to make the horn honk when the truck was running in reverse with the door open.
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And then your interior lights wouldn't come on when you open the door.
True but it is a way around it if your desperate. But then again Mr. know it all ram3500dually says it was a flash that was done, then you should be able to un flash it or flash it back and then you don't have that problem???
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My Dads does this, and I had it at the dealer and they said they couldnt turn it off..... Its nice to have the door open sometimes when hooking up a trailer jmo
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