What have you tried, what problems are you encountering.kenhdc said:I'm trying to cancel the reverse beep and need some advice. thanks
Yes, that means in READY mode. SE/S is not an issue at all. There are several key little things, you have to follow the steps EXACTLY--holding the ODO for the allotted time and not releasing it, etc.kenhdc said:Does power on to ready mean as if I was going to drive the car? Also I have smart entry- is this a problem for this?
Glad you got it to work. I'm a board certified Emergency Physician.kenhdc said:Evan: As usual your advice is excellent it worked. Problem was I was waiting more then the 6 seconds to push the ODO. My wife figured it out! You notice I mention her often in helping me out. She was the one who found it in Virginia. What kind of MD are you, I'm a Chiropractor. Ken
I was mistaken. Sorry. I get a single beep when I power on the car and it goes into ready mode. But since the beep comes a moment after the Ready light comes on, it coincided with putting the car in Reverse to back out of the garage, and I thought it was beeping for reverse instead of for Ready.DAVID said:I got rid of the reverse beep a while ago, but I don't get a single beep when I shift into reverse like Daniel does. Maybe I do need to run around the car screaming.
No, it won't hurt to disable the beep. I waited a couple of weeks until I was comfortable with the rest of the car and then I got rid of it. You can always follow the same procedure to turn it back on if you decide later that you want it on.laurie said:I'm going to give a scream anyway when I finally work up the nerve to stop the beep... it can't hurt, right? Either that or I'll swing a chicken over my head three times. I have had my car less than a week, so I may need a few more days, but thanks to everyone who posts on this site with all the great information and support (and good humor).