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Old 08-13-2011
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Want to have headlight warning chime functioning

I purchased my 1998 Ranger (3.0, auto) in March. One of the things I've yet to figure out is the headlight warning chime that would usually sound when, say, I turn the ignition off before turning the headlights off. Either something is wrong somewhere or the previous owner disabled the chime, and I really want to have it working--even if it means annoying chimes at other times as well.

If anyone could give me some suggestions on where to start looking, I would appreciate it. Please bear in mind that I've been a GM guy up to this point in my life, so the use of smaller words would also be appreciated!
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