Does anyone know what this door bell looking thing is? Is it stock? It’s below the driver side A/C vent.

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Just saw this, not factory, but nicely done. You will have to trace the wires/hoses to see what it connects to. Or crank car, fasten seat belts  and PUSH THE BUTTON.... AND HOLD ON! You may end up floating in outer space next to Elon Musk's Starman in his Tesla!

That’s funny! I have pushed it with car running and driving and nothing happened. 

Its for the-- DOOR BELL ----SILLY !!
--Someone is Ringing the Bell -- Open the door and Let Them In ( Paul McCartney ) PMSL !!!!

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Funny!

My brother in law --always told his kids --that they were sitting in an ejection seat in his car and if they did not behave they were going to be ejected out the roof
He would tell people he was one of the PIPS - as in -Gladis kight and the PiPS
He is really a--- Pip --for sure !

See how a --silly button - can triger other thought pattern and life experiences for --the intelligencia -- in the crowd ---YES ! PMSL !!!

PMSL -- compliments of our Ausie Mate Down Under --Kevin Cambell
If you do not know what it means -- You need to find out
It brings -- LOL !--- to a new level of histerical

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I am guessing it is garage door opener

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Horn button due to bad horn contacts on wheel?

No the horn works normal. 

Maybe...

Now these other pictures I’m unsure of as well. Not sure if they’re relative to the button or not...

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Here’s a different view of the last picture. 

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The schematic says it all. It's a garage door opener.  Tony gets the golden thermostat (again).  Alliance manufacturing made the Genie garage door opener, in Alliance, Ohio.  It became so popular that they changed the company name to Genie.  

You can see the history of the Genie trademark, from its history as Alliance Mfg CLICK HERE

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