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Old 08-09-2013
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single ding when turning right????

Hello been a member for a month since I got my 96 Ranger 3.0 2wd and member of other forums for every other car I have owned.

Truck runs great for having 216k miles on it. But today I noticed something strange.

While driving to work and while testing it out in an empty parking lot a single long 1 second "ding" (sounds the same as the door, key or light reminder) when turning only right for 90 or farther and mostly on the return to center. Almost always when going faster than 15mph and never going left.

No constant lights in dash or and flashing when it dings.

???? Please any help would be great.
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