Does anyone have any idea where the warning chime(s) are for the "key in
ignition" and "headlights/parking lightes on with key out of ignition"? I
cannot locate the chimes nor can I find it on the wiring schematic. Where
is it at?!!? I have a 1994 GMC k1500 4X4 350 AT.
Can I hook something up that's aftermarket?
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks Dave. I went out to the truck after reading this post and looked at
the fuse box again. Sorry, no large black rectangular box plugged into the
fuse panel. No open slot that mentions "buzzer" or "chime" either.
However, on the firewall behind the emergency brake pedal is a junction
block of some sort with ALOT of connections going to/coming from it. There
are a couple of open multi-termial "ports" where it looks like something
could be plugged into it, like a module or something. Also, on this same
block, the turn signal flasher was plugged into it in one of the other
slots. Is this the area where a chime "relay" could be plugged in? Does
anyone possibly own one of these vehicles that may know for sure where the
chime module is plugged in to?
That junction block is where it is located. If I remember correctly, it's
the tallest device in that junction box. I think it has small holes in it
like a speaker cover. It should just pull out. Once again, if I remember
correctly, it's on the top right hand side of the junction box.
On my 87 S-10 you have to remove the lower trim panel under the steering
column to access the chime box (and a couple other boxes in the vicinity).
Indeed the only thing directly around the fuse block is the turn-signal
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