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I removed the shrouds under the dash and this circuit dropped down. 


I've been studying the schematic for the tii  and for the life of me I can't find this circuit.


There are 2 connectors.  One is spring-loaded and looks like it is (was) part of a switch or something.


At the end of the line is a male post that looks also like it may have been part of a larger connector.


Thanks for reading and replying.







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There is another circuit with a buzzer (square) module and a circular 5pin connector. I didn't show it. I didn't want to complicate the picture. Should only be one buzzer unit, right?

I'll wait for any other comments and post another picture if I don't get any brilliant answers.


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The door buzzer looks like a small relay with only two terminals, and is supposed to live inside the steering column surround, held in place by one of the screws that holds the upper and lower pieces together.  Looks as if someone has disconnected it (the buzzer is more like a really irritating squeal). 


Make sure that disconnected black wire isn't hot--ign on or off--and tape it up out of the way.  The brown wire going to the buzzer is the ground, so no problems there.  Then take the buzzer and throw it into CD's neighbor's pool, thus getting rid of one of the two major irritants on 72 and later 2002s (the other is the seat belt warning light/ign interlock).




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