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1) I believe the buzzer of which you speak is for the "whole car", not just the driver's side.
2) Up and under the dashboard are traditionally found things like fuses, flashers, and buzzers.
The fuses and flashers are usually replaceable, however the buzzer may not be.
It may be "permanently" attached.
If you will find a tiny person and a good flashlight, you may find the buzzer by sticking an ear under the dashboard.
Trace it by where the sound is coming from.
You might be able to unplug it.
God bless your efforts.
The fuse will not be for the door it may be just called buzzer or something to that effect. Does the rooflight still work when you open the door they are probably linked so check the fuse for that. It is not connected to the battery seperatly but to the ignition and lights so if they work it is either the button on the door or the buzzer faulty
The two most likely causes of this are either a door catch switch faulty, or the buzzer itself is faulty. If its the door catch switch that is faulty (I am assuming its the drivers door in question), then the control unit will never know that you have opened the door, and therefor the buzzer stays quiet. I would have thought that your car will have a red light that lights up on the dash when you open any door, so check if this operates when opening the door (try it with both doors to see if the light does exist). If this light only works on one of the doors then clearly there is a door catch switch fault. this can be down to the switch itself, located within the door catch or the wiring to it which can sometimes break inside the rubber boot from car to the door near the door hinges. Constant opening and closing the door causes this area to flex back and fourth, and wires sometimes break here.
If the fault is not related to the door, then it is likely to be the buzzer. They do occasionaly fail. Unfortunately they are integral with the dash panael insert (The part with the speedo and rev counter).
inside the doors is a Small twist in button switch on the door latch assembly that turns on the doom and key buzzer, they stick and make a poor connection, this causes your problem, i have replaced 100's of them, u will have to detrim the door to get at it. The switch is about $10 and u can get it from most parts stores, here is a picture. remember there is one on each door latch.
does your interior light and door light work when the door is open??.the lock mechanism has a micro switch that signifies when the door is open if this dont work niether will the buzzer...its a sound generated by the dash panel insert there is no sepperate buzzer.