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No warning chime for 2006 Ascender

I have no warning chime and the driver side speaker are not working on my, 2006 Ascender. I know it's a fuse but the fuse diagram is not specific. Which fuse is it?

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I don't think it is a fuse.
The warning chimes for this vehicle come through the radio and are play to the speakers and if I remember correctly the chimes play to the left front speaker.
I would check for a faulty speaker or wiring to the speaker.

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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