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AndyA6 10-18-2012 12:42 PM

Durametric Gurus! Quick question...
 
One thing I'd like to do is make my ride a little more quiet.

Can we use the Durametric cable/software to turn off the annoying seatbelt chime/dingdong/whatever?

Any other "easter eggs"?

Please, I wear my seatbelt at all times, it is not about this, ok?

Thing is that when we used to have a Touareg a lot of things could be changed to turn on/off certain features, one of them the seatbelt warning sound.

Thanks!

jaykay 10-18-2012 12:53 PM

Hmmm don't believe you can but you can try looking under the coding group

I think you need the full version to turn off things permanently

If you think the Box is annoying you should take a trip in a wrangler.....the chime starts as soon as the key is turned....it's loud and never goes away; I swear I a loosing more hearing from it!

AndyA6 10-18-2012 12:58 PM

There you go! Those chimes are getting out of hand! As I mentioned our TReg was wonderfully quiet after making changes. It seems the VW community has a tendency to figure things out and are very hands on. No go in the Cayenne world..... Here it is much better and a lot of folks try things.

jaykay 10-18-2012 01:04 PM

I think it is poor from a design stand point as it will desensitize the driver to audible alerts

Steve Tinker 10-18-2012 04:24 PM

We don't have these "chimes" on our Australian ROW cars, so removing them is certainly doable....
But you may have to use the PIWIS to delete them.


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