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Several blown fuses, auto lights, warning chimes. is there a major issue with this suv

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Possible problems- grounding of your power to the items that are blowing fuses(checked the manual and see if any of them share the same ground and checked it for good connection)..You can also unplug your lights and see if that helps, (if you are see water behind you lights lens) I have seen this cause a grounding problem)

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Why won't my My 98 or 99 (sic)Ford Escort chime to indicate I left my lights on?


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The ac. wipers signals radio ligter went off in my 1988 jeep cherokee the fuses are ok. relays too.


Lets Look at the fuses once more the # 2 threw 5 i have seen the fuse be good but it had loss contact in the fuse box, remove the fuse and install them to see if this helps
Also at the battery there is a fuse link check here to see if this has blown or loss contact,, a new one can be spliced in if needs replacemint

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(What the fuse is for.) 1 25 Amp Rear washer / wiper - Located just right of top center in fuse bank. 2 15 Amp Radio, Cigarette lighter 3 25 Amp Heater blower motor - (* - if this keeps blowing or you only have heat on one speed check your blower motor resistor pack.) 4 20 Amp Turn signal, Back-up lights, Rear window defogger relay 5 10 Amp Dome light, Courtesy lights, Glove box light, Cargo light, Radio memory, Power mirrors, Teltak connector (For old analog "bag" cell phones, I think.) 6 15 Amp Hazard warning lights, Brake / Stop lights 7 10 Amp Parking lights, Headlight Warning Chime/Buzzer, Instrument panel light dimmer 8 7.5 Amp Gauges, Instrument cluster, Seat belt warning, Headlight delay, Chime module, Overhead console 9 5 Amp Instrument panel illumination 10 25 Amp Rear window defogger 11 30 Amp
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2006 Saturn ION Warning chime does not work


you could have blown a fuse and check that and it could also be a broken wire there also but i would rec. to check the fuse first

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04 avalanche- suddenly windows, locks, radio and heated sets dont work, dash board shows airbag light, charge light check engine light,fuel gauge not working,oil change message indicator shows 0 zero oil...


Check for fuses and fusible links that may be tripped or blown.

Next, check for grounding issues someplace easy to reach like the heated seat connectors.

Most dummy lights work by choosing the warning light path over the circuit path when the circuit path is higher resistance. Which may explain your dash warning lights.

So, what I am trying to say is...you are looking for a open ground in a big big place....like under the hood at one of the major fuse/relay/fusible link points.

Check it out. Good luck and be careful.

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95 Riviera warning bell stays on, brake& security light stay lit


you will find a "chime" fuse in the fusebox located on drivers side of dash behind fuse door....pulling this fuse will stop the chime but it will also kill some of the idiot lights.....

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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...


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.

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Seat belt chime not working


I bet its a fuse. Look under your drivers side belly pan for a fuse box door. Pull the door open/off and look at the fuse diagram to see which one might be related to the seat belt and autol ock. Cross reference it and check the fuse to see if it isn't blown. If you dont see anything that relates to it or dont find any blown fuses, check the engine bay as often cars feature a second fuse box. Check that one for blown fuses as well. This is a very easy thing to do yourself, your randma could do it.

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I have a 2003 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab Z71, no sound is coming out


Seat belt and any warning chimes do not come from the radio, they usually come from a unit under the dash, what you are describing is probabl;y a blown fuse problem. I would checkfuses with a teat light as some fuses may not appear blown.

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Warning chime continues to chime as I drive


My guess is a faulty switch at door for turning off interior lights/door closed, which is giving chime that door is still open

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