by SSSilverado23 [OP] » Sep 17 2012, 5:00am
by 1500VHO » Sep 17 2012, 5:12am
by SSSilverado23 [OP] » Sep 17 2012, 5:16am
1500VHO wrote:Hi SS,
When I replaced my stock head unit with an aftermarket, the chimes box you describe was wired in by me. You can disconnect the wires, and you should then have no chimes. Also, on my unit there was no knob that you refer too. My box had two wired in jumpers. The instructions read to cut/disconnect one of the wires if the chimes were too loud. I did that, because like you, the original setup was way too loud.
I hope this helped,
by 1500VHO » Sep 17 2012, 5:21am
by SSSilverado23 [OP] » Sep 17 2012, 5:24am
by jarmour05 » Sep 17 2012, 5:39am
by SSSilverado23 [OP] » Sep 17 2012, 5:59am
jarmour05 wrote:if You want the chimes but just dont want it to be as loud...If it is hidden and you wont see it under the dash would covering the box/speaker on the box with duck tape or something kind of muffle the sound a bit to a tolerable level...maybe a simple solution so you can retain the chimes if hte nob is busted
by jarmour05 » Sep 17 2012, 2:37pm
by jarmour05 » Sep 17 2012, 7:18pm
by hocman22 » Jan 11 2014, 4:32pm
1500VHO wrote:Hi Corrie,
Yeah, the one that the instructions told me to cut was a white wire.
Here's a link: Crutchfield
If you click on the "free installation gear" icon a second pop up box will appear. Looks like there might be one box for chimes, steering wheel control and Onstar. They have it listed for $69.00. You might want to check it out. I had to guess which stereo system you have in your truck...
I did a little more checking. The $69.00 is IF you buy a head unit from them. Otherwise the price is $139.00 Sorry about that...
Cructhfield also has great customer service...
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