Chime Mods

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You can remove the appropriate terminals from the warning chime connector to selectively eliminate whatever circuit you don’t want. looking at the flat side of the black connector ——
1:pink with black stripe -ign. input
2:yellow-seat beltlight in dash
3:black-main ground
4:black-seat belt warning chime
5:tan with white stripe-park-brake chime
6:light green-key in ign.chime
7 range 2 wires-power input
8:gray-lights are on warning chime

Okay, once you get the “blue bingy thingy” working… You can take the cover off, and bridge the resistors (brown cylindrical things with colored stripes) with different value resistors, and make the “bings” into “bongs”. You can also speed up and slow down the “bing” (or “bong”) rate. You can make your car sound like Big Ben. (Well, not really, but sorta.)
(It’s a “geek” thing. Sorry.)


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