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Old 07-14-2011, 01:22 PM   #1
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I have a 2009 Silverado, and after some aftermarket stereo issues and a little smoke, I no longer have features such as the warning buzzer for having your door open, not wearing your seat belt or leaving the headlights on as well as the click click turn signal indicator. Does anyone know if this is a thermal link, relay or a fuse or how to fix/replace it?

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if you put in a aftermarket radio without the chime retention type module your not going to have any sounds or onstar if equiped
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Yes, the deck and modular is going in today, however, i have new door speakers and were wired up to the factory Deck, and last night, connected them to the amp as well, which doesn't have signal yet, but was hoping for the deck to drop in, and good to go, i guess something blew in there, the question is...what was it?
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After some investigation, it appears too low an impedence on the factory amp, blew it, damage to the factory deck, and mostly like the Body Control Module after checking the fuses which were all fine...FML!
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Bummer! Did you do this yourself or did you have a shop doing it?
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oh no, it was me, me and Mr Corona did it, I miss the days of old school when it was just 12 power, ground, constant power and a remote turn on, now its all modules and crap!
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yep it seems pretty stupid, when i put a receiver in my old 03 monte i lost access to all my car features like oil life, security and lighting options, etc.. it really sucks they put all that in the radio
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