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I know pulling the high beam stalks makes the sound. Just really like having the simple button and wonder if anyone has done it, or if it is possible?
 

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I don’t see the advantage of a button. ‘13 Volt doesn’t have a button. It works like ELR.
 

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I don’t see the advantage of a button. ‘13 Volt doesn’t have a button. It works like ELR.
What years did the Volt have the button?
 

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What years did the Volt have the button?
According to the owner's manuals at Chevrolet.com, 2012-2015 had the button on the end of the turn signal lever. With the 2011, you pulled the turn signal lever towards you.
 

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My '13 Volt has the button. If I pull the stalk back, I either get high beams momentarily on (sometimes called flash-to-pass), or, if the high beams are already on, it cancels the high beams.
 

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Yes, this pedestrian alert double-toot is a Gen1 thing only and requires the use of the solid-state horn relay above in order to get the proper quick 2 horn beeps from the BCM...
 

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I know it will physically fit and the connections are all the same question is will the button work? The part is only $30 but I suspect I'll take two hours to install and test it.
 

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I got one and tried. It's surprisingly easy. The collar is different the column shroud won't fit. The stalk is also bent differently too. Everything works, but the ped alert doesn't at all even with a light flash. The ELR version has about 12 pins, the volt has 16. I'm sure I could rewire it to work sometime when I'm bored. I miss WOT, this is where I'd get a pin out in a PM :(
 
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