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Z71Tahoe-Suburban.com _ Electrical _ Tahoe Suburban FOB 'UN-Panic' Mod

Posted by: Scott Jun 24 2004, 09:02 PM

This quick, easy, and reversible mod will disable the red panic button operation to eliminate inadverently setting off the factory horn panic alarm.

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Posted by: aero246 Jul 1 2004, 04:53 PM

THANK YOU!!! You know how many times I have hit that darm button on accident!! I don't even care to count. Never thought about disabling it until now but consider it done.




Posted by: Scott Jul 1 2004, 06:29 PM

Hey aero,

That's what it's all about. I read this a while back somewhere, but just stumbled on it by accident.

That's the problem with most of the Tahoe & Suburban related tips, tricks, and mods. There's definitely stuff out there, but you have to spend weeks sifting through tons of crap to find it. Who has the time for that?

Our objective here is to ensure everything is pertinent and logically categorized, so it all is easy to find!
Your days of digging are over!

Welcome aboard!

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Posted by: Steve Jul 1 2004, 09:11 PM

Looks like you have the other FAQ threads locked down from posting (I get an error when I try to reply), but I have to say, GREAT SECTION! Awesome information right at our fingertips. Thank you.

Posted by: Scott Jul 1 2004, 09:26 PM

Hi Steve,

We're still trying the feel our way through some of the logistics and theory on forum control here.

The idea we're working with now is, to keep the FAQ forum locked, then move a copy of the particular post to the appropriate subcategory for further discussion. when you click on a topic in the FAQ forum, you automatically are redirected to the applicable user forum.

This will prevent the FAQ contents from getting diluted, while allowing new ideas to flow on the specific topic in the user forums, for possible formal updatsd to the original FAQ.

I hope that makes a little sense. Naturally, all of the policies here are subject to considerable change as we find better solutions to ensuring things are quick and easy to find.

Thanks!

Posted by: FDNY 10-75 Sep 12 2008, 02:25 PM

Thanks, Works Great!

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