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How do you disable the PSE auto mute?

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I would like to disable the auto mute and be able to mute the exhaust myself when I want to with my switch in the car. It's annoying as hell. Any directions like maybe a schematic or such on how to disable that function of the PSE?

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First I apologize to whomever gave this to me. I try to give credit to those did the work... but I lost the email... sorry

Here is the procedure --

To remove the factory cut-out but allow the switch to work:

1) Remove the fuse panel cover and the carpet cover itself by removing four screws. Release the relay carrier above the fuse panel by releasing a clip on the left and a 10mm nut on the right.

2) Pull it down so you can rotate it around to see the back. This pic shows position 23.

3) From the back of the relay carrier, remove the relay receptacle from position #23 (the "23" is printed in raised letters on the front side of the relay carrier) by pressing in on two little fingers that hold the receptacle into the carrier.

Now look for the four-position jumper. There are two gray connectors there. One has two two-position jumpers and the other has one four-position jumper. You want to pull that one out of it's black plastic holder, and then remove the four-position metal jumper.




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The automatic sound level control was based upon Swiss noise level laws, which require these systems to close automatically between about 10 MPH and 25 MPH (speeds are approximate as the rule is in KPH).  Put your window down, push the button on the console to open the system to loud, and slowly drive off; if the auto system is correctly installed, you should hear the car's volume drop around 10 MPH and come back around 25 MPH.

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