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I have a pontiac G6 '06. None of the chimes worknow, don't know exactly when it happened. No door ajar, low fuel, seatbelt, turn signal... none of the chimes work. I cannot find any fuse realted to this or any program button either. Any suggestions?

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  • dakotanightn May 14, 2009

    Rebooting did not change the situation... next stop ... Auto Zone!

  • dakotanightn May 14, 2009

    Auto Zone could find nothing wrong either. Any other suggestions?

  • dakotanightn May 15, 2009

    The tester thing said "No Code Found"

    My husband also purchased a fuse tester and checked all fuses just to be sure. No problems found there.

    Is there an actual chime box that we could locate to check possible disconnected wires?

    The odd thing is that little clicky sound the signals make doesn't work either.

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I had the same issue and behind the driver door speaker there is a door chimer speaker. mine was blown. i had the same issue with no noice coming from the turning signal or door chime.

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I would say relay. Have you tried a code reader? Auto Zone (auto parts) here in the states will do it for free. Also for a quick fix try rebooting your computer in your car. how ?1.)removing both battery terminals 2.) go in and turn the key (this will drain power in any circuits) 3.) turn key off 4.)then for around 30 seconds then reconnect battery.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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    russshaw May 15, 2009

    They did a code read? And nothing?


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