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'00 3.1 TD indooe chimes

Dear all,

While driving after some minutes im hearing a tripple chime, twice.
No indication on the panel or computer. Travelling alone with belts on ofcourse. Its not irriting - just afraid if ane technical failure that i dont see.

Any idea what could it be?
Please advice

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Re: '00 3.1 TD indooe chimes

Welcome to the garage.
Does this tripple chime happen every time at the same time, or does it do it randomly?
The BCM (body control module) receives signals from the EVIC, instrument cluster and door modules (besides some other hardwired switches) to generate chimes. Could not find a list for which should give a tripple chime. EVIC messages are normally single chime when im not wrong. You could do the instrument self test, to check the instrument cluster: with ignition switch in off, push the odometer/trip button and switch the ignition in run (not starting). This will initiate the instrument self test and you can release the odometer button now. All instument panel lights will illuminate and all indicators will go full scale and return to normal position. If all lights light up and indicators move full scale, then the cluster is ok and should give a fault light if the fault is related to any of the cluster monitored systems.
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