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.
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The chimes work through the factory radio , come out driver door speaker . There is a interface module you need to hook up on GM vehicles so aftermarket radios will work . With these newer vehicles your better off taking to someone or place that does this on a daily basis . Does it start an run ? If it does i'm surprised , factory radio is also hooked to the vehicle serial data network , class 2 . Suggest you google that .
Battery positive voltage is provided to the radio from the Radio (15A) fuse in the fuse block. The radio is grounded through a braided cable case ground. The radio is enabled/disabled by Class 2 messages from the body control module (BCM). The entertainment system on this vehicle is configured with a base and uplevel system. The base and uplevel systems contain a radio, antenna, speakers, and on some vehicles an audio amplifier.
The audible warnings alert the driver of a system concern or a critical vehicle condition. The radio generates the audible warnings. The BCM receives audible warning requests via the class 2 serial data line or the controller area network (CAN) data line. If the BCM receives multiple audible warning requests, the warning with the highest priority sounds first. The following lists the audible warning priority and the pulse rate:
Fast rate chime--200 pulses per minute
Medium rate chime--150 pulses per minute
Slow rate chime--50 pulses per minute
Depends on which specific lights you are referring too ..parking lights or brake lights? If parking lights then are the front ones working? If they are then it's not thefuse as they are all on the same circuit
The audible warnings alert the driver of a system concern or a critical vehicle condition. The radio generates the audible warnings through the speaker. The radio receives audible warning requests via the serial data circuit. If the radio receives multiple audible warning requests, the warning with the highest priority sounds first. The following lists the audible warning priority and the pulse rate:
Fast rate chime (200 pulses per minute)
I had to cut the retracting wire for opening the door as it got jammed could not close door without chime going all of the time . I removed the fuse which solved the noise problem except now my radio and clock will not work . I know the chime goes through the speakers . How can I disconnect the wire from the door and put the fuse back in the get my radio and clock working . I do not plan to replace the retraction wire for the automatic door
there is what they call a chime module . located on the drives side in or near the fuse box by the lower kick pannel . this module could be about 2x2 color black/green/or tan . and look like it has a small speaker grill in it . remove this and it should stop the warning chimes
In my 2008 Cobalt, the front speaker in the driver door went inoperative - no turn signal noise, no warning chimes for door open with key in, seatbelt chime, low fuel chime, and of course, no music. All of those sounds come through the speaker. I switched the driver door speaker and the passenger door speaker, and now I have all of those noises back.
If you have manual roll down windows, you'll have to buy a special tool to remove a little clip that's behind the roller handle. This tool was included in a kit for about $7 that I bought at Harbor Frieght, but you might be able to find the kit at other auto parts stores. Google "removing window crank" and you should be able to locate a video that shows how to get it off.
Anyway, I switched the speakers and now we just don't have music coming out of the passenger door speaker, but at least we have all of the warning chimes and turn signal clicking noise again.
The dealer wanted almost $200 for a new speaker and to replace it (labor). Rediculous.
run the wires direct to the speaker is the answer ,must use a module ,my way to overcome this without paying silly money to a dealer fitter **** with neoprene gloves on and white coat who thinks he knows it all, is a back to basics and run my own wires and by pass the on board computer
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.