25524794/ chime module

Cookie

New Member
Mine was on the fritz, I ended up using a mid 90’s pick up chime box. More of a buzz then a chime now, but everything works again. And cheap
 

~JM~

Wrinkled Member
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1987 Turbo T Limited
 

Frederickdav

Active Member
It is a pain in the neck to get to it, but it does pull out fairly easily once you wrap your phalanges around it. Slide the seat all the way back & belly crawl in there. Seem to recall that it is on top of the trans tunnel pointing towards the driver's side. Do you have a small teenager handy?
I don't even have a large teenager handy! That's why it's been like this for a couple of years.
 

~JM~

Wrinkled Member
I don't even have a large teenager handy! That's why it's been like this for a couple of years.

You might be able to do it. You will need kneel on the ground & lay your chest on the driver's side floor. Look up between the trans tunnel behind the ash tray. There it is. It took me about 2 or 3 attempts.
 

earlbrown

runs with scissors
The trick is to just reach up under there while it's buzzing and start squeezing random boxes (giggidy)


you'll know when you find the right one, it'll sound like you gave it a cold.
 

NOKA72

Member
So changed out the chime module today. And definitely a PITA to get to. Anyway. It’s a loud DING DING. I’m leaving it. To much work to change again Lol. Vinny
 

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