Funny you should bring that up, since I was planning to use the key FOB today to see if maybe pressing and holding the liftgate open button and unlock button might silence the alarm. I looked in the manual last night but didn't see any mention of it (which means nothing). I'll try various combos. I thought there's a button in the glovebox that disables the liftgate feature, setting it to manual mode, but I believe there's no keyway to open the liftgate from outside, so I'm not sure how that would work. Maybe that was on a platinum or a different vehicle I was testing out.Funny thing, the liftgate warning beep stopped working on my '19... I don't know if it's something I did inadvertently by pressing a magical sequence of the button, or if it just stopped working.
If you can see with the naked eye that the door is not closing both sides equally at the same time, then there's an issue somewhere. Video it and see if you can see it on the video.I don't like the way the liftgate closes. It seems to draw in the hatch unevenly at the very end, making me concerned that the rear glass might twist/flex and shatter. The lower-left side seems to close after the lower right side has sealed.
Thanks for the update. I'll have to explore that when I'm under there rust-proofing the exhaust and installing a tow hitch.Thanks for the info. I've had the link saved on my phone for a while with the anticipation of doing the bumper removal at some point in the near future. PaulDay did a great job with showing how to do it, so it doesnt seem too herd. But if a more simple solution is to reach under and rip out...www.nissanmurano.org
Just an update. So I went ahead and pulled out the connector to the speaker and everything still works. An added bonus is that the hatch no longer does the 3 beeps when opening and closing. Just opens and closes.
For anyone else interested. When looking under the car, there is a single harness that splits into two. The section you're looking for is the one that goes toward the passenger side of the rear bumper.
I was actually able to get my arm in there and grab a hold of the connector and wiggle it until it popped out. As I wiggled it the speaker was making different tone sounds, so I know that I was at the right spot.
Thanks for bringing this up Styles666. It was something that really annoyed me for a while..