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


The buzzer logic box is NOT hooked to the headlight
system.  The buzzer is only activated by either the
seat belt not being fastened or leaving your key in
the ignition after shutdown and opening the door.

The wiring colors you are looking for are:

(P) Purple--12 volts, hot all the time

(P/U) Purple/blue--goes to the door switch

(B/P) Black/Purple--goes to the seat belt switch

(Y/P) Yellow/Purple--goes to the seat belt light

(B) Black--goes to ground

(W/R) White/Red--goes to ignition switch & start
                 inhibit relay

Mike   TPS   1630

--- Nick Kemp <nkemp@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 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).  
> Here is what I suspect from the wiring diagram in
> connector order (colors
> may be wrong/missing, the wiring diagram is fuzzy):
> - P senses headlights --Do they go to 12vdc when
> lights are on?  And Ground
> when off? (my P produces 12vdc both on & off ???)
> - PW Senses Door switch - What signals does it get?
> - ?? senses seat belt - grounded when closed
> - Goes to the seat belt light (and looks like it
> connects to all other dash
> warnings?)
> - ?? to ground --Module ground?
> - WR to ignition - 12vdc when on?
> Is there a circuit diagram for the unit?
> I'm trying to determine if it is the module or
> something funky in the
> wiring.  The P wire having 12vdc when the lights are
> on & off makes NO
> Thanks,
> Nick
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