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Old 03-12-2006
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headlights on chime

ok i got around to doing the auto lamp/dim rearview mirror mod. now how do i go about disabling the headlights on chime..tried searching but came up with nothing.
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ok i got around to doing the auto lamp/dim rearview mirror mod. now how do i go about disabling the headlights on chime..tried searching but came up with nothing.
thanks in advance.........

Ditto,
I got my OHC and Auto Mirror installed this weekend, and was wondering the same thing, How do I turn that thing off!
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Its the same HOW TO mod as the door chime. Let me get the link. Argh, I can't find the link but all you gotta do is rip out harness goin to the GEM which is behind the radio. I believe it has like 26 wires coming from it and you take the Yellow/Black Wire and cut it and the wire that comes from a place you can't see, you tap that to the Grey/Red Wire. The Grey/Red and Yellow/Black wire ARE RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER, if they are not, ITS NOT THE RIGHT ONE. Ill keep lookin for the link though.
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This apparently is what you're looking for..
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=11246

With this another question follows,
I have done the power to accessory with until door opened mod,
If I do this dinger mod, will it mess with my power setup since it uses the Yellow/Black signal to turn the relays off?
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No, all you need to do is Tap into the Grey/Red wire and I personally think its better that way so when you open either door it shuts it off. I have done both of those mods also and thats how I have it hooked up and works flawles.
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Right, I just re read the power to accessory mod, and found the your posts about the passenger door setup..

Thanks for the info..
Chris
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There rwenzing is to save the day like always. Bob knows so much, I only wish to attain a quarter of what he knows and Ill be well off. Heh. Glad that you found the link and ill remember to book mark it this time.
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Old 03-14-2006
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thanks for your help guys...got it
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