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How to get rid of the annoying beeps
Published by eloo
12-06-2012
Question How to get rid of the annoying beeps

Our cars beep too much. How do I shut it up except when the engine is malfunctioning and fuel is low, etc?
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By Taran.J on 12-07-2012, 01:15 AM
Coding.
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By michaelalex17 on 12-07-2012, 01:40 AM
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is there a way to code so it doesnt have the low fuel warning or the low temp warning? thanks
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By PerthBMW on 12-07-2012, 01:40 AM
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Ummmm fill the car up with fuel and don't let the engine break down???
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By michaelalex17 on 12-07-2012, 02:58 AM
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Ummmm fill the car up with fuel and don't let the engine break down???
low temp i meant the air outside temperature below like 37 degrees it comes up with a warning.
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By kiwi29 on 12-07-2012, 06:30 AM
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low temp i meant the air outside temperature below like 37 degrees it comes up with a warning.
Its a safety thing, I doubt its codeable but I could be wrong
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By Taran.J on 12-07-2012, 11:59 AM
I believe it is possible. I had mine coded so there is no chime for anything, but I still get the warnings on the dash for low fuel, or when it hits 37 degrees.
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By left123 on 12-07-2012, 12:57 PM
No offense, but this should not be posted in the DIY section. The DIY section is for write-ups on how to get rid of the beeping noise, not to see if people know how. Search the other parts of the site for these types of questions. After you figure it out, write a DIY procedure, take pictures, and post it here.
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By eloo on 12-07-2012, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by bigworm000 View Post
No offense, but this should not be posted in the DIY section. The DIY section is for write-ups on how to get rid of the beeping noise, not to see if people know how. Search the other parts of the site for these types of questions. After you figure it out, write a DIY procedure, take pictures, and post it here.
ATTENTION ALL THE TROLLS THAT SAY "SEARCH" ON EVERY POST THAT THEY'RE NOT INTERESTED IN READING: Have you ever actually tried to search for anything on this site?
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By osteopathXI on 12-07-2012, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by bigworm000 View Post
No offense, but this should not be posted in the DIY section. The DIY section is for write-ups on how to get rid of the beeping noise, not to see if people know how. Search the other parts of the site for these types of questions. After you figure it out, write a DIY procedure, take pictures, and post it here.
ATTENTION ALL THE TROLLS THAT SAY "SEARCH" ON EVERY POST THAT THEY'RE NOT INTERESTED IN READING: Have you ever actually tried to search for anything on this site?[/quote]
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By left123 on 12-07-2012, 04:30 PM
Let's try this one more time. Perhaps you SHOULD post a question about getting rid of this beeping noise. However, posting it in the diy, is, in my opinion, a cluttering of what the diy section is about. Feel free to post, but just in the appropriate section (like the BMW coding section perhaps). Just a thought.
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By Jhe on 05-18-2014, 08:44 PM
Contact Alex@Alpine coding, He'll fix it in 5 minutes. I suggest emailing him, he's not very fond of the PM thing. Alex@Alpinemss.com
He can probably help you with many other things as well.
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