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I just traded my 2003 Avalanche for a 2007 Tahoe. How do I disable the horn sounding when I lock the vehicle using the door lock switch? They delay 5 seconds but I don't want the horn sounding. With the AV, the doors would just lock after the 5 second delay without the horn sounding. I went through the DIC options and there didn't seem to be an obivious option.
The Tahoe is a great ride and I'm really enjoying it.
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I set my to lock on first press on button and honk on second press. Be aware that if you lock with the rocker switch on the arm rest, the alarm doesn't set. At least that's what the manual seems to say and the way mine works.
2010 Sheer Silver Tahoe LTZ (all options but sunroof, power boards), GM (body color flaps, rear console, 3rd row mat, 2-Way Remote, chrome gas door, Esky rack), Eagle Eye LED tails, SLP dual tip exhaust, Silver bow-ties/rear wiper, Catch-All mats, AlphaTherm washer fluid heater, Putco chrome mirror covers, silver calipers, board chrome trim, tint, GMPP Major Guard
When locking the doors with the power lock switch and a door or the liftgate is open, the doors will lock five seconds after the last door is closed. You will hear three chimes to signal that the delayed locking feature is in use. Pressing the power lock switch twice or the lock button on the RKE transmitter twice will override the delayed locking feature and immediately lock all the doors. This feature will not operate if the key is in the ignition. You can program this feature using the Driver Information Center (DIC). See DELAY DOOR LOCK under DIC Vehicle Customization
DELAY DOOR LOCK :
This feature allows you to select whether or not the locking of the vehicle's doors and liftgate will be delayed. When locking the doors and liftgate with the power door lock switch and a door or the liftgate is open, this feature will delay locking the doors and liftgate until five seconds after the last door is closed. You will hear three chimes to signal that the delayed locking feature is in use.
The key must be out of the ignition for this feature to work. You can temporarily override delayed locking by pressing the power door lock switch twice or the lock button on the RKE transmitter twice.
Press the customization button until DELAY DOOR LOCK appears on the DIC display.
Press the set/reset button once to access the settings for this feature. Then press the customization button to scroll through the following settings:
OFF:There will be no delayed locking of the vehicle's doors.
ON (default):The doors will not lock until five seconds after the last door or the liftgate is closed.
NO CHANGE:No change will be made to this feature. The current setting will remain. Choose one of the available settings and press the set/reset button while it is displayed on the DIC to select it.