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daewoo lanos: How do I disable the key in the ignition warning

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How do I disable the 'key in the ignition' warning chime? 2001 Lanos
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The key warning buzzer switch wires are Orange and Blue/ Green. You can cut either of these wires at the steering column, or you can cut the Blue/Green at the chime module. The chime module is located under the drivers side of the dash, see picture below. If you need any additional information, please let me know.




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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Rather than cutting the wires, is there a way to disconnect it? Is that picture the chime modual and is there a connecter on that or a connecter behind the steering column? Thanks


There is a connector directly at the chime module. You can just disconnect the connector if you'd like. You will also lose your warning chimes for the headlights. ( if you leave your lights on and try to exit the car ) If you don't minde losing these chimes as well, just unplug the chime module. If you want to keep these chimes, cut the wire.