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Here are the warnings:

The generic electronic module (GEM) controls the following warnings and chimes:
  • Driver safety belt not fastened (warning lamp and repetitive chime).
  • Key-in-ignition (repetitive chime).
  • Headlamp-on warning (repetitive chime).
  • Door ajar (warning lamp and single tone).
The following four distinct chime rates are used to indicate warning:
  • Seat belt warning chime is one chime per second.
  • Key-in-ignition warning is two chimes per second.
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