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    Default Car honks after locking it

    My 380 makes a single honk when I lock it.
    Is the honking sound after locking the car a standard for Mitsubishi?
    Was unable to source any info through the search function.

    In the event the honking is a standard procedure, is there a way to change the sound or to silence it when locking the car.

    Thanks!

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    you need to park your car and go into the centre display and go into the menu options and you will find an option to turn off the horn...
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    All done. Appreciate your input!

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    I love the horn honk feature.
    When I'm feelin lazy on the couch inside yet get paranoid about if I locked the car or not it means I can continue being a lazy fat-arse!
    Careful not to leave things lying around for 2 years.......... apparently they get stale..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder42 View Post
    I love the horn honk feature.
    When I'm feelin lazy on the couch inside yet get paranoid about if I locked the car or not it means I can continue being a lazy fat-arse!
    Agreed, but i've been too lazy to do the initial setup .
    Please use the report a post feature, instead of replying and creating more work for the admin team. Thanks!

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