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    Changing Chime Module

    The aforementioned Colt one is a loud BUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. Kinda like a Ranger's, but more high pitched.
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    can someone show me a picture of what it looks like & where I can find it? I was going to replace mine b/c it only works half of the time. Thanks
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    I like the 80's Bronco IIs dinger, its like, i duno, its a ding ding, but its like, Wum wum wum and fades on and off, not a solid ding

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    Changing Chime Module

    so would one from a '90 lesabre work?
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    Changing Chime Module

    I know the one in my first '92 didn't work but the one in this one does. The one in the Cutlass doesn't either.

    Does the chime module hold that little yellow box with all the other features?(auto door locks etc.?)

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    Yellow box? On the ones I've seen, the chime module is either green (lower-end, like from my 89) or translucent white. The auto door locks are built into the chime module on 93+.

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    Changing Chime Module

    On my Regal, its underneith the kick panel on the passenger side. I know that mine is a brown box plugged into the fuseblock behind the kick pannel
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    Quote Originally Posted by GnatGoSplat
    Yellow box? On the ones I've seen, the chime module is either green (lower-end, like from my 89) or translucent white. The auto door locks are built into the chime module on 93+.
    I don't know I remember someone saying that a few years back that's why I say that. How hard are they to replace? I know the Cutlass one's after a 1/2 mile it's supposed to beep if you have the turn signal on.

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    alright I believe mine is green and on my passenger side below my glove box. I'd rather just know what I'm dealing with before I just start taking things out. lol thanks shawn.
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    Changing Chime Module

    They are real easy to replace. Pull the old one out, plug the new one in! There might be a clip or two to push in, I don't really remember. The ones with the autolocks or blinker warning also have an additional harness with inline connector coming out the end.

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    so do you think I'll need to have one from a '94 (i do have autolocks)? I only ask b/c I have OBD1.5...
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    OBD doesn't matter, they're the same 94-97 on the Cutlass. You'd need one 94-97 or 94-96 GP/Regal.

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    Changing Chime Module

    I did that upgrade too... it''s really easy
    Just make sure you get plenty of harness/wire off the new chime.....
    Now mine locks when pulled into gear.

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