What goes here? 1973 Imperial Lebaron. Tux.

Boydsdodge

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Hello, 1973 Imperial. I have this empty socket/plug under my dash, above the fuse panel. The grey with six slots.
Would anyone know what goes here?
Also while I am asking. What would cause my horn relay to buzz every time the door is opened? It is not in the photo because of the constant loud warning buzz, I removed it while working on the car.
I looked in the service manual, but can't seem to locate it.

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Remove the key before you open the door....
And make sure the lights are OFF.....
There should be no more buzz'n... :thumbsup:


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Remove the key before you open the door....
And make sure the lights are OFF.....
There should be no more buzz'n... :thumbsup:


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That's what it sounds like, but not the cause. Keys in pocket and lights off.
 

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Is this car fitted with the seatbelt interlock warning buzzer?
Yes, it goes off as soon as i lift the belt. But with keys out and everything off, as soon as I open the door it buzzes,. I often unplug it while doing maintenance or cleaning. If I forget to reinstal the car has no horn.
 

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Yes, it goes off as soon as i lift the belt. But with keys out and everything off, as soon as I open the door it buzzes,. I often unplug it while doing maintenance or cleaning. If I forget to reinstal the car has no horn.
The standard "fix" was to figure out which prong of the horn relay was for the buzzer and bend it at a right angle (or clip it off) so the relay still plugged in and worked, but no buzzer. I think 99% of the cars on the road had this "fix".
 

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Back to the primary question. What goes in the empty 6 prong plug just hanging above fuse panel?
 
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