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    Unhappy Head Light Chime

    Where will I find the Seat Belt and the Head Lights "on"
    Chime Relay.
    My 1993 GMC Sierra Regular Cab with 4.2 needs to remind me I have left my lights on!!!!!
    Please Help.

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    I'm not sure that there is one. You would probably have to get it custom wired up or try to figure it out yourself.

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    I know that it runs thru your radio.. Where the actual chime is I do not know, but it wires thru your radio
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    I am not sure a '93 had a data bus enabled chime. Its very possible that there is some sort of relay. Will look around to see if I can find the info. Its true that the post 2000 models use a radio and a data bus for the chime, but I doubt thats the case with older truck.

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    Found this on another forum - give it a try:

    "I have a 98 Sierra and I just removed the Chime. If you are sitting at the wheel. The Chime is located about where you would put your left foot then a few inches off the floor on the firewall. It is about 2 and a half inches square. It plugs into a fixture mounted on the firewall and simply pulls out. The fixture on my 98 actually read "chime" by where it plugs in. I don't know how much they have changed in 5 years but good luck to ya! If nothing else fails just start unplugging things till it goes off "

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    Quote Originally Posted by anven View Post
    Found this on another forum - give it a try:

    "I have a 98 Sierra and I just removed the Chime. If you are sitting at the wheel. The Chime is located about where you would put your left foot then a few inches off the floor on the firewall. It is about 2 and a half inches square. It plugs into a fixture mounted on the firewall and simply pulls out. The fixture on my 98 actually read "chime" by where it plugs in. I don't know how much they have changed in 5 years but good luck to ya! If nothing else fails just start unplugging things till it goes off "
    YEp it is mounted on the Bulkhead connection on the drivers side.. It is where all of your assessories are run to to get power.. Also were your blinker relay is..
    It is located to the right side and is a large black box.
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