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hello all to my friends here :p\

can anyone tell me hOW TO STOP OVERSPEED ALRAM BUZZER ON MAZDA3 07 HITCHBAK ??!!
Is there any fuse have to remove or something electrical to dot it??????

please help me,, :( :(
thanksssss :lol: :lol:
 

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Not really sure what you're referring to, but maybe if you slowed down it wouldn't be an issue. If there really is an "overspeed alram buzzer" then it's there for a good reason.

By the way, ALL CAPS = yelling. It's "message board courtesy" not to post in ALL CAPS. Plus ALL CAPS are hard to read.
 

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Are you in Japan? Japanese cars have buzzers or chimes when you exceed a certain speed. Ever seen Initial D?
 

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can you list your location in your profile so we can help you better 8) .
 

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sorry friends for caps !!
i'm from saudi arabia "middle east"
the reason when i reach 120km/h i get noise of overspeed , and i have child with family get noise everytime, reach 120km and highway roads is too long i have to increase speed around 120-140 km/h

waiting your reply
 

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120km/h = like 65mph or so doesnt it?

People in America do not have this alarm. sorry.
I dont know who does have the alarm.
 

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So you are saying the drive is too long therefore you must increase your speed?

Am I reading you right?
 

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I mean when i reach 120km/h or more than, the buzzer alaram is working ,,if any one can tell how to stop it
thanks
 

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[quote author=zimmerDN link=topic=69558.msg1214905#msg1214905 date=1171809000]
So you are saying the drive is too long therefore you must increase your speed?

Am I reading you right?
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I alway thought that's the way it worked, the longer the drive the faster you have to drive :lol: Works for me :D
 

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[quote author=bulletcatcher829 link=topic=69558.msg1210114#msg1210114 date=1171571892]
could it be the seatbelt alarm?
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+1 or possibly the e-brake is still engaged?
 

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Call your local dealership, and see if they can explain this. Doesn't sound like a "high speed" alarm at all!

Could be something serious.
 

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[quote author=kspec link=topic=69558.msg1214031#msg1214031 date=1171744767]
120km/h = like 65mph or so doesnt it?

People in America do not have this alarm. sorry.
I dont know who does have the alarm.
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Higher than that, 110Kmh is about 70Mph. Wanna get technical, Km/1.6=Statue miles. So 120Km/1.6 = about 75Mph.
 
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Hello, I have the same issue. I am in Bahrain and when driving 120km/h a buzzer sounds. I would like to stop it since I do a lot of highway driving and 120 km/h is not fast for a guy coming from States with a Firebird Formula there.
 

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That's really odd. Are the speed limits really low or what?
 

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Hah, ppl in the states are now going to try and reach 120mph just to hear an alarm.

Then they'll post back in here and people will tell them to put their seat belt on...
 
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