Is any one else annoyed by the loud clicking the directional signal makes on the 2022 Taos? My 2019 VW Jetta turn signal was never annoying. Can the sound be turned down?
Is this something that would have to be done at the dealer, or could I do it myself?Since everything is electronically controlled nowadays, I'm sure the indicator noise is actually manufactured and pumped through the audio system. If that's the case, I'd think this could be turned down via VCDS/OBD11 in long coding somewhere
If it's possible in long coding, I highly doubt that anybody at the dealership will do it for you unless you've got a LOT of pull there.Is this something that would have to be done at the dealer, or could I do it myself?
Thanks so much for the reply.
Yeah I don't mind the turn signal tone, but that clown horn is just laughable, but I'm not laughingFunny, lots of complaining about the directional signal indicator is too loud. Any complaints that the Horn is too loud as well? The NHSTA should insist that VW do a recall and replace the original OEM Bicycle Horn with a Automobile Horn! If one need to alert someone other then shouting, what good is "Beep-Beep" going to do?
The same sound is in my Mustang and my Equinox. It is a component on the back of the instrument circuit board. I put masking tape over the hole in the device and the sound i\s acceptable. I have not attempted this on the TAOS yet.Is any one else annoyed by the loud clicking the directional signal makes on the 2022 Taos? My 2019 VW Jetta turn signal was never annoying. Can the sound be turned down?
If you install your own horn, I suggest that you supply it with power directly from terminal 30 (battery) and use a relay. Use the existing wire to the horn to operate the relay - the horn will then get its power directly from terminal 30, not via the central electrical controller.If that doesn't work, I will have a replacement installed on my own nickel.