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I have a 95 Bronco that I would like to figure out how to make the chime work. I have left my lights on a few times and hate coming out to a dead battery lol. Any ideas?
 

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yo p,
The warning chime/buzzer module produces a repetitive chime or steady buzzing sound for the following conditions:
•Key-in-ignition warning with driver's door open.
•Fasten safety belt warning.
•Headlamp-on warning (available on some models).


Symptom Chart — Gauges/Warning Devices, Chime/Buzzer System

from 96 Bronco-F-Series Workshop Manual (PARTIAL
Same as 95 and most earlier years exc. for OBD II, 4WABS (93-96) ABS 87-92), Air Bag (94-96) and a few other items


Headlamp Switch On Warning (Available on Some Models)
The warning chime/buzzer sounds when the headlamp switch (11654) is in PARK or HEAD and the driver's door is open, and continues to sound until the headlamp switch is moved to OFF or the door is closed. When the headlamp switch is in PARK or HEAD, power is supplied through Circuit 14 (BR) to the module. When the driver's door is open, the driver's door lamp switch (13713) is closed and power is supplied to the module through Circuit 159 (R/PK).


95 AUDIBLE Warning Wiring Diagram in your 95;
http://www.revbase.com/BBBMOTOR/Wd/DownloadPdf?id=46718
 

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Thanks FSB. One other question would it possible that having a crappy battery would casue it not to chime as well?
 

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Alot of people unplug the chime...maybe the PO did
 
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