Disconnecting horn honk on locking car

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    Disconnecting horn honk on locking car

    I have early & late meetings in residential areas & would like to turn off the horn honk that occurs when I lock the car (& disturb the neighbors).
    Fiat in SF says it can't be done. Any suggestions?

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    So many threads on this topic already. But the answer is 'no' unless you cut the wires to the horn, or use the key, in the lock, and do the twist.
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    I just push in the driver's inside door handle when I leave the car and it locks it all.

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    Use the key in the lock. Works the best. Look at the other threads. Another way, open the door, get out, press the lock button twice, the lights should flash, then close the door. It flashes closed and no beep. That works some of the time

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    Replace the horn with air horns. The locking horn signal will be too short for the compressor to build enough to make any noise but the horn will work during normal driving.

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Good suggestions here, hope one of them will work for you.

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