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Actually, it's just an simple buzzer associated with the seatbelt circuit and doors. Many of us with Miata's have just removed it as it's easy to do. It's located under the dash on the driver's side and easy to remove
put the key in the ignition and open the door
reach up under the dash to the left of the steering wheel and grab small rectangular plastic boxes until you feel the one that buzzing and vibrating
Now feel around for the latch that holds it into place - it's a squeeze-to-release type
Open the latch and pull off the wiring harness
Use a twist tie or some electrical tape to tape the wire harness to something so it doesn't bounce around.
Hi If the noise is like a buzzing or huming noise the most likely cause is the wheel bearing. But if you are feeling vibration through the steering wheel at 55 then as you increase speed the vibration goes then thats usually the wheels need balancing. Also some noises can come from brakes which are rubbing or lots of brake dust on them. Anyway i hope i have been of some help to you good luck John ( South Wales UK )
Symptoms indicate tires out of balance. Can't necessarily tell by looking. If you want to troubleshhot yourself, try rotating front tires to back. If it gets better, you know the front tires were out of balance.
It sounds like either the starter or ignition switch is bad. The easiest way to check which is at fault is to look at the dash lights when you go to crank it over. If when you crank it over the dash lights dim slightly, then that tells you that it is probably not your ignition switch. I would then look towards the starter being the problem. Possibly just a wire loose or off. If when you crank it over the dash lights do not dim slightly, then it is probably your ignition switch. Hope this helps.