I don't think its that simple. If I'm not mistaken, the radio and the various other components communicate withshot_1 said:if one new the input wire to the radio from the BCM, couldn't it be cut and the signal would stop there.....?
are you sure? i was told that the programming is in the head, that it communicates with the bcm, but that it is the unit itself that gets programmed for the sounds.GeoHawk said:The BCM (body control module) generates the turn signal clicks, seatbelt chime, etc. and sends them through the radio to the speakers. dfrank78's right, short of replacing the head unit I don't know what else can be done. You might check with your dealer to see if these sounds can be turned off. I don't know if any aftermarket radio shops have programmers that can change the BCM settings or not.