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The speaker/microphone above my head in my 2002 escalade always makes a very very annoying sound, is there any way you can turn it off?

I am annoyed by rattling so it drives me nuts the entire time I am in the car, have to turn radio up really really loud to drown it out.

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Disconnect speaker microphone , or lower volume of on star . Or turn it off .

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SOURCE: my 2002 cadillac escalade horn doesnt work.

The click sound is the horn relay operating, it could be a blown fuse, a bad horn relay, a bad horn, or a bad ground at the horn.

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SOURCE: No Sound From Speakers

Replace the 37 year old radio, it has retired.

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It's not uncommon for a new belt to require re-tightening soon after it's been replaced. Check the belt for any excessive slack (shouldn't have more than 1/2 -3/4" ). A loose belt would be one possible cause for the loud noise you describe.

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It may be trying to get your attention for an open door, trunk lid or other item requiring attention. Check your owner's manual for items that can cause it to chime.

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It could be the fuel pump pressurizing the system. Does the sound stop after a few seconds? If it is the fuel pump then it is a normal sound. Fuel pumps will resonate in the tank when you are low on gas, making them sound louder. If it is more than a hum then I would get it checked out.

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Subject: Buzz Noise From Headliner Above Driver - keywords ac air aspirator cover fan grille HVAC interior microphone sensor speaker temperature vent vibration #PIT3511 - (03/29/2005)



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