How so I take out the fuse for the door chime in my 2005 Chevy suburban

Asked by Feb 13, 2013 at 08:31 AM about the 2005 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You just want to know how to pull it out? There should be a plastic fuse puller clipped to the fuse box. use that. grab and pull, do not use needle nose pliers. Now, tell me if you are asking where it is etc ..and why? does it simply annoy you? or something else?

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Open the driver's side door and locate the fuse panel cover. It is mounted on the side of the dashboard between the door and the windshield. The door must be open to access this panel cover. Remove the fuse panel cover and look at the diagram on the inside of the cover. This shows the location and function of all the fuses, then locate and remove the chime module fuse...only problem is it may disable something else. Another option is duct tape, cover, the sensor on the door frame

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