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The chime shows to built in to the circuit board on the CEM central electronics module under the left side of the dash.
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I have no instructions to damage a safety feature, though its your car and you could go into it and break the solder joints on the circuit board if you choose to.
Since the connector is loose, that can be the cause. A loose connection causes open circuits which can trick the modules on the car for example thinking a door is open when its not. You need to see if this connector is damaged and the harness or pigtail needs to be replaced.
Your only going to be able to get these parts from a Volvo dealer, no one makes them aftermarket.
The name of the wire harness is called a wire harness. The name of the connector pigtail is called a pigtail. When you go to the dealer and tell them the area your having the concern at (door jam) they can order the parts with those terminolgies.
Sorry I do not have part numbers with my tech login, just repair information. A parts login at the dealer is needed for part numbers.