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I have been driving for many years and am enjoying driving my recently-acquired Grand i10 auto. Only two things bugs me about it. First, if I leave the key in the ignition and open the driver's door I get a warning light (that is ok) but then the chime starts and won't stop. Also, but similar is the seat belt warning chime. I have always fitted and worn seat belts even going back to when they weren't fitted to new cars. The chime is annoying because it means that if I want to move my car out of the garage to my driveway I have to put on the belt, which is stupid.

I have RTFM'd looking mainly for a fuse to remove but cannot find anything. How difficult would it be to find these stupid chime things and cut the wires or disable them in any way?
 

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Body Control Module and it's usually under the dash in the center. It's what switches most things on and off.


 

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The bong is a good reminder that your seat belt is slack and needs a pull across the hips. I don't see the problem chime at all what I do see a problem with is the ridiculously low indicator ticking.
 
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The bong is a good reminder that your seat belt is slack and needs a pull across the hips. I don't see the problem chime at all what I do see a problem with is the ridiculously low indicator ticking.

Not a fan of anything I cant turn off but agree the indicator relay could be amplified a bit to give a nice loud tick, it would be OK if the indicators self cancelled more reliably but I often look down and find I am still indicating long after I passed a turn..
 
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