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I have a 99 Suburban. I had the chime module pulled a couple of years ago because I did not like all the warnings. Now, I think maybe I want to disable one or two warnings and put the module back in. One function that I want to keep is 'headlights on' when I leave the vehicle.

Can anyone tell me what all the original chimes were for and which plugs control which chime?? I have a module made by Invotronics; it has 7 spades poking out of it and I hope to simply break off the ones I don't want, and then replace the module in its socket.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Can’t tell you what terminal does what, But I can tell you how to find out.

Get some jumper wires to attach to the spade terminals on the chime box.

Radio Shack, spade terminals, male and female

Speaker wire to the spade terminal. Make enough so you can unhook them one at a time. Put a male on one end and a female on the other.

When you find what you need just cut the spade terminal off you use a pair diagonal cutters, don’t just try to snap them off. They may brake the circuit board.
 

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Thanks for the advice. I had hoped for an effortless way to get my answer, but I'll go to Radio Shack and proceed as you advised. Good tip about cutting the lugs instead of bending them off. Thanks again.
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