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Thart friggen buzz of the 90's chevy's

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Gadget Tech' started by 95Chevyk1500, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. 95Chevyk1500

    95Chevyk1500 New Member 100 Posts

    You know that tone that rang when you opened the door of a 90's GM? I LOVE THAT!!! now for some reason the person that had my truck before me had disconnected it and it doesnt work. I'm sure someone has done this, because most people hate it. Well, I want to know which wire it is, because I want that buzz!!!
  2. s5belford

    s5belford New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    it should be the button on the inside of your door... could be wrong though.....
  3. 95Chevyk1500

    95Chevyk1500 New Member 100 Posts

    i know the button is there, but i think it has just been disconnected
  4. 95Chevyk1500

    95Chevyk1500 New Member 100 Posts

    i just checked, and the button is fine, it comes out when the door opens. The wiring in this truck is messed, and i just wanna get it in a little better shape
  5. MarlboroMan

    MarlboroMan New Member

    i have a 96 and i stopped mine, too annoying for me. What it is is a little box that plugs in right above your brake pedals, just go to a salvage yard and find a 95-98 truck and snag it.
  6. bigburb

    bigburb New Member 100 Posts

    I agree w/MalboroMan. I completely took the box out of my '90 Suburban. I put a piece of tape over the holes of the box in my '91, because it does help remind me if I leave my lights on, it's just not as annoying when I am working on something with the door open and the key on. It's about 2.5" sqaure and about 3/4" thick with like 6 or 8 roughly 1/4" holes for the chime, and it just plugs right in, no wires to deal with.

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