Yes of course, but that's the argument for simply not disabling it. What I'm questioning is if you ARE going to disable it, trying to do it in a way that is not detectable by the dealership, what's the point of that? The dealership could care less if you've disabled your pedestrian warning. And if you actually ran over a pedestrian because you had it off, it's too late to "undo" whatever you did to disable it, so again what's the point of jumping through a bunch of hoops to disable it rather than just pulling the fuse? Wrangler owners have been yanking the fuse to run the trails ever since the 4xE came out with no problems that I've seen.Some people are concerned about the potential gross negligence lawsuit should a pedestrian walk out in front of you and you intentionally disabled the safety mechanism for alerting pedestrians.