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Old 08-06-2004, 03:33   #1 (permalink)
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98 Ford Winstar Bell

HELP Please

My door light stays on but the doors are all closed. But am not sure if this is related, the chime keeps ringing and doesnt stop until you start driving and comes back on when you stop. It almost seems as if its being activated by some pendulum. Does anybody know what this could be
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HELP Please

My door light stays on but the doors are all closed. But am not sure if this is related, the chime keeps ringing and doesnt stop until you start driving and comes back on when you stop. It almost seems as if its being activated by some pendulum. Does anybody know what this could be
Thanks john
My Windstar 96 is doin the same. When I drive under 25km/h it just keeps on ringing. Do you where I could find it so I could cut it out ?!

Thanks for your answer !!
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My Windstar 96 is doin the same. When I drive under 25km/h it just keeps on ringing. Do you where I could find it so I could cut it out ?!

Thanks for your answer !!

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Just a measly suggestion to perhaps eliminate "un-what-not" bell activation occurances--reduce oxidation where need-be...

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