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    Changing Chime Module

    Ok, i know this sounds petty, but my door chimes are really annoying. It is that high pithed beeping sound. Is there another chime module from another car that has a deeper sound? The lowest I have heard was from a '90 LeSabre, but it does not sound when headlights are left on. Any sugestions as to what model car i should get one from and is it even possible?
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    Changing Chime Module

    differnt w-bodys have differnt modules, i know mine dings rather then a never ending beep.
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    The Grand prix ones are ok, They just ding ding ding ding, Not super high pitch, but not really deep either, just dont get a grand am one, oh dear god there louder than fuck and annoying as hell

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    Get a '87 Dodge Colt one.
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    mine stopped working. I couldn't be happier

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    my sonoma is a constant really loud, beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep
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    Changing Chime Module

    anybody know where you can get cool aftermarket ones?
    in the market for something new

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3pt1lumina
    mine stopped working. I couldn't be happier
    Yep. Every once in a while, it will work, but only for a few seconds.
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    Bah. Pull one out of an old k car.
    BEEEEP. BEEEEEP. BEEEEP. PLEASE FASTEN YOUR SEATBELT!
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    Changing Chime Module

    I think the old oldsmobile ninety eights used to do that too
    -1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe 3.1MPFI V6 Silver, UB3, DIC, 177,000K

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    Grand Prix ones are the best IMO. They're not overly annoying, but they'll let you know pretty quick if your door is still open. But I hate it when I need my lights on (and the car is off) and the chime gets really fast and stupid.
    1994 Pontiac Grand Prix SE sedan

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    I think all first-gen W's have the same dinger.
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    at least we dont have the annoying turn signal beep that my 86 riv had
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitaloutsider
    I think all first-gen W's have the same dinger.
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    All except the Luminas. I think some of them have one that beeps instead of "ding ding ding".

    Ever heard one from an 80's Subaru? It almost sounds cute, it's a high pitched "ding dink, ding dink".

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    Changing Chime Module

    IIRC, the 90 Lumina's have a different chime than the 91-94's. I remember my mom's 93 had a different one, and so did my friend's 94. I think even my neighbors 91 had a different chime than my 90.

    Maybe 90-92 were the same... I cant remember.

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