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Loud buzzing noise seemingly coming from gauge cluster area. Only happens when car is moving under load, or not under load. Does not happen when vehicle is idling.

Could be seat belt Buzzer / Door / Tailgate not closed securely warning Buzzer Stuck ON since car in park these buzzers do not activate but you said under movement sound occurs .. Mechanically I would Check Altenator for Proper Charge output - Then Ground wires for Battery / Corrosion needs cleaning ?? - Plus Dash Cluster must be Grounded Tightly .

Oct 19, 2014 | 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe

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How to disable airbag buzzer on 1998 grand marquis

Often when you unplug the connector under the seat, the seat activator can be disabled...and doing that sometimes means the car will no longer start. With most airbag problems, it is better to go to the dealer or mechanic to have them disable the airbag. The buzzer can sometimes be unplugged (follow the sound under the dash), and it can also means the car wont start for you.

Sep 30, 2014 | 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Interior light buzzer won't stop 1990 mazda miata

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.

Apr 19, 2013 | 1990 Mazda MX-5

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Where is the turn signal relay located and how do I find it to replace it

That depends on what Buik you have as they are not all created equal.
For the most part, the turn signal relay is located on the convenience center. If you have a headlight or key buzzer you can follow the sound to find it. It may be tucked up under the dash real well. Many times its about in the area under the dash where the drivers right knee would be.

Sep 01, 2011 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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I put the key in the ignition and turn it over to start and it makes a buzzing sound like a buzzer

Its the buzzer for the key switch so you don't forget to take the key out and its likely a minor problem with the key switch it self . The buzzer can be unpluged listen for the noise when looking under the dash board and unplug it . As long as your not haveing other issues with the key switch and the vehicle is running OK then you realy don't need the buzzer and it won't effect anything else on the vehicle just don't forget your keys good luck with it

Apr 01, 2011 | 1986 Chevrolet Caprice

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I also have 98 neon with "door ajar" light and buzzer staying on but ONLY when all doors are closed. key doesnt evan have to be in ignition! also the dome light works perfect with the door and light switch...

sounds like their is a short in the wiring to the dome light and buzzer... i know you don't want to hear that... if it is grounded somewhere that is why it quits when you remove the bulb... possible wire caught behind the dash when you put it back together... if so that would cause the ground...

Mar 22, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Neon

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I cant remove the heat part of the dash to replace the stock radio with a diffrent one

Just as a warning, this is going to be a pain...  I'm assuming you have the "sliding levers" HVAC controls.
I took the center control pod out so I could wire in a "headlights on" buzzer.  It's not possible (at least not straightforward) to remove the HVAC controls from the rest of the center bezel.  With the lever controls, the levers actuate cables that effect the actual adjustment under or behind the dash.  There are three cables, one each for temp, recirc and airflow.  There's one cable on each side of the center stack under the dash beyond where the plastic trim ends.  The third is behind the glove box (yes you'll need to remove the glove box to get to it).  Detach each cable under the dash, then you can massage the center bezel out of place.  
While I was there, I added a "headlight off" buzzer, as Hyundai never put one in as original equipment, and I was sick of leaving the lights on and having the jump-start it.  I tapped into the cigarette lighter hot line, and the hot for the cigarette lighter light, and connected a piezo buzzer from Radio Shack.  The light comes on with the headlights, and the lighter socket is only live when the ignition is on.  Net result is that the buzzer sounds when you leave the lights on.

May 16, 2009 | 1999 Hyundai Accent

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Lights on buzzer does not work

does your interior light and door light work when the door is open??.the lock mechanism has a micro switch that signifies when the door is open if this dont work niether will the buzzer...its a sound generated by the dash panel insert there is no sepperate buzzer.

Jan 22, 2009 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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Warning buzzer

while the key is on and its making the noise look under the dash and fing the box thats making the buzzing sound. unplug the litle box and discard. you dont need it and it wont hurt anything if its not there. thats a problem on those fords with that box

May 21, 2008 | 1989 Ford Bronco II

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