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Can you disable the noise that the turn signal makes? It drives me crazy at stop lights...:crazy:
 

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I think it is the volume knob on the radio...
 

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Yup. The further to the right you turn the radio knob, the quieter the clicker gets. :pimp:


Seriously though. The only way is to locate and remove/destroy the module that actually makes the tick.
 

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i figured there wasn't an actual option to disable it.

oh well, thanks anyways.
 

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Another option is to leave it turned off too. ;)

You can also just wait for the light to change then turn it on. That's what I usually do.
 

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I only use it when needed to make my LED tails last as long as possible :D
 

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They must have silent flashers out there somewhere...
 

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It cant be disabled. There is no physical flasher in our trucks. A Cab Compartment Node (CCN) will make all our dings and clicks we here. Its soldered on the boards. Here is a description of this node.

CHIME WARNING SYSTEM
The chime warning system operates on battery voltage received through a fuse in the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) on a non-switched fused B(+) circuit so that the system may operate regardless of the ignition switch position. The chime warning system also monitors the ignition switch position so that some chime features are functional only with the ignition switch in the ON position, while others are functional regardless of the ignition switch position.

The chime warning system provides an audible indication to the vehicle operator or occupants under the following conditions:

Airbag Indicator Warning - The instrument cluster, also known as the Cab Compartment Node (CCN) transducer will generate one short chime when the ignition switch is in the ON position, and an electronic message is received over the Controller Area Network (CAN) data bus from the Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) requesting airbag indicator illumination. This warning will only occur following completion of the airbag indicator bulb test, and will only occur once during any ignition cycle.

Door Ajar Warning - The CCN will generate one short chime when the ignition switch is in the ON position, when the door ajar indicator is illuminated, or when a DOOR(S) OPEN textual message is displayed in the odometer Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) unit of the instrument cluster. This warning indicates that a door is, or multiple doors are not closed or completely latched while the vehicle is moving.

Electronic Stability Program/Brake Assist System Warning - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime when the Electronic Stability Program (ESP)/Brake Assist System (BAS) has been manually disabled by the vehicle operator using the ESP/BAS traction control switch on the instrument panel.
Electronic Stability Program/Brake Assist System Fault Warning - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime each time the Electronic Stability Program (ESP)/Brake Assist System (BAS) indicator is illuminated in the instrument cluster. This warning indicates a failure condition has been monitored affecting the operation of the ESP/BAS related components or circuits. This warning will only occur following completion of the ESP/BAS indicator bulb test, and will only occur once during any ignition cycle.

Fasten Seat Belt Indicator Warning - The CCN transducer will generate repetitive chimes at a slow rate to announce that the seat belt switch and the ignition switch indicate that the driver side front seat belt is not fastened with the ignition switch in the ON position. The chime warning system also supports the enhanced seatbelt reminder (beltminder) when this feature is enabled. (Refer to 08 - Electrical/8J - Instrument Cluster/Instrument Cluster/INDICATOR, Seatbelt Warning - Operation) .

Head/Park Lamps-On Warning - The CCN transducer will generate repetitive chimes at a fast rate to indicate that inputs from the driver door ajar switch, the headlamp switch, and the ignition switch indicate that the exterior lamps are turned ON with the driver side front door opened and the ignition switch in the OFF position. The chimes will continue to sound until the exterior lamps are turned OFF, the driver side front door is closed, or the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, whichever occurs first.

Key-In-Ignition Warning - The CCN transducer will generate repetitive chimes at a fast rate to indicate that inputs from the driver side front door ajar switch, the ignition switch and the key-in ignition circuitry of the Wireless Ignition Node (WIN) indicate that the key is in the ignition with the driver side front door open and the ignition switch in the OFF position. The chimes will continue to sound until the key is removed from the ignition switch, the driver side front door is closed, or the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, whichever occurs first.

Low Fuel Indicator Warning - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime when the low fuel indicator is illuminated in the instrument cluster. This warning indicates that the monitored fuel level in the fuel tank is low. This chime will only occur once during any ignition cycle.

Low Wash Indicator Warning - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime when the low washer fluid indicator is illuminated in the instrument cluster. This chime will only occur once during any ignition cycle.

Overspeed Warning - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime when the vehicle speed is over a pre-programmed speed value. This feature is only enabled on vehicles that have been configured for sale in a Middle East Gulf Coast Country (GCC).

Park Brake Reminder - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime to announce that the hardwired input from the park brake switch and an electronic vehicle speed message received over the CAN data bus indicate that the park brake is applied and the vehicle is moving. This chime will repeat each time the input conditions are met.

Sentry Key Customer Learn Mode Announcement - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime to confirm that an electronic Customer Learn mode message has been received over the CAN data bus to indicate that the Wireless Ignition Node (WIN) is prepared for programming additional Sentry Key transponders. This chime feature is only active on vehicles sold in a market where Customer Learn programming is an allowed feature.

Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Flasher Emulation - The CCN relay will generate repetitive clicks at a slow rate to emulate an electromechanical flasher when the turn signal or hazard warning system are operating. The relay will generate repetitive clicks at a fast rate to indicate that the right or left turn signals are operating with one or more bulbs ineffective. In either case, the clicks will continue until the turn signal and hazard warning systems are turned OFF.

Turn Signal On Warning - The CCN transducer will generate repetitive chimes at a slow rate to indicate that a turn signal has been active continuously for 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) with the vehicle speed greater than 22 kilometers-per-hour (15 miles-per hour). Vehicles built for markets other than the United States and Canada have a revised distance threshold of 4 kilometers (2.49 miles) for this feature. The chime will continue until the turn signal input becomes inactive or until the electronic vehicle speed message indicates that the speed is less than 22 kilometers-per-hour (15 miles-per-hour), whichever occurs first. The hazard warning flashers will not activate this chime feature.

Warning Indicator Announcement - The CCN transducer will generate one short chime each time the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) lamp or certain other indicators are illuminated by the instrument cluster circuitry. The MIL and certain other indicators may be illuminated when any critical engine or transmission systems are operating outside of their normal parameters. The instrument cluster monitors electronic messages received over the CAN data bus to determine when to illuminate these indicators.


The CCN provides chime service for all available features in the chime warning system, except for the audible warning function provided by the optional park assist system display module. The CCN relies upon its internal programming, numerous hardwired inputs, and electronic message inputs received from other modules over the CAN and the Local Interface Network (LIN) data buses to provide the chime warning system features. The internal programming of the CCN determines the priority of each chime request input that is received, as well as the rate and duration of each chime that is to be generated.

The hardwired circuits between components related to the chime warning system may be diagnosed using conventional diagnostic tools and procedures. Refer to the appropriate wiring information. The wiring information includes wiring diagrams, proper wire and connector repair procedures, details of wire harness routing and retention, connector pin-out information and location views for the various wire harness connectors, splices and grounds.

However, conventional diagnostic methods will not prove conclusive in the diagnosis of the chime warning system or the electronic controls or communication between modules and other devices that provide some features of the chime warning system. The most reliable, efficient, and accurate means to diagnose the chime warning system or the electronic controls and communication related to chime warning system operation requires the use of a diagnostic scan tool. Refer to the appropriate diagnostic information.
 

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The middle finger works best, it DOES get peoples attention quicker than a turning signal...lol. I use it all the time, its alot quieter...hehehehe
 
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