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post #1 of 20 Old 11-30-2009, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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HELP!!! ding ding ding ding, chimer

My interior chimer is dinging 4 times in a row, then it stops for a little while, then 4 more dings.

It never stops as long as I'm driving, 4 dings then a long pause, 4 dings n pause, 4 dings n pause.

No SES lights, no lights on the instrument cluster is on, I don't know what is going on.

? suggestions?

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post #2 of 20 Old 11-30-2009, 11:39 AM
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I believe it means the passenger airbag light is burnt out
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air bag light

That light works just fine, I turned it off and on, and the light works.

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Sound like the seatbelt warning. Mine will ding like you explain untill I fasen my seatbelt. Check to make sure it didn't come unpluged under the seat.

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Parking brake on? Just a thought, I think if you leave it on and move the truck it will ding at you.

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still dinging

it's not the seta belt nor the parking brake.

WTF??
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it's not the seta belt nor the parking brake.

WTF??
on my 2001 dually, it will ding as the seat belt icon flashes on and off when I move the truck around the yard and do not buckel up...
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Reason I mention the seetbelt cause the sensor could be dead. Had this prob in a Dodge I owned, still pluged in but didn't register that the buckle was attached.

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seat belt

Do yall know if the seat belt switch is just a normally open or closed switch? If so, I can jumper the switch to see if that is the problem.
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Sorry don't know how to test it. In my case a local junk yard had the buckle for cheap and that fixed the problem.

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