Re: [DML] How does warning buzzer work
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Re: [DML] How does warning buzzer work

It's confusing you because there is no headlight warning.  The lights (headlight or door) have no affect on the buzzer.  The buzzer only  makes a racket when the door is open (with it's own door switch), or briefly when starting if the seat belt is not buckled.
If the key is off, the buzzer will do nothing, so it won't really help with anything after you shut the car off.  If you need a headlight safety, you can buy a Battery Buddy automatic cutoff, or Houston has a nice solution coming with the new headlight switch logic box.  I'm not sure what the status is of the headlight switches now (I haven't been paying much attention, 'cause I don't need one), but I did see some parts at the open house that looked nice.
I just disconnected my buzzer because every time I started the car, my passengers would think something was wrong!  It's not exactly a pleasant sound...  :-)
Jake Kamphoefner

----- Original Message ----
From: Nick Kemp <nkemp@xxxxxxxx>
To: Delorean Mailing List (DML) <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2007 9:29:11 PM
Subject: [DML] How does warning buzzer work

Can someone provide a description of how the warning buzzer works? My
headlights warning does not work and that is the one most needed (I'm use to
the auto lights in the Astro). 

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