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Another american invention bells and bleepers that drive me insane when repairing cars and the door is open dong dong dong ,fixing the lights ring ring ring ,key in ignition bong bong bong .look in the fuse /relay box inside the car and thier you should find the annoying little speaker thingy pluged into here and it normally looks like a relay with speaker holes on the side .
Take off the plastic housing around the column. then thke off the light ring around the ignition switch. on the underside of the ignition switch there is a half round pin. turn ignition to on position, push uop on pin and pull on key at the same time. the ignition switch should just slide out. Good Lock
the switch is inside the steering column at the end of the ignition key lock switch. The chime is wired to other circuits as well. I would leave it be and wire the radio direct so no key is needed to turn the key on to play
The oil pressure alarm is very important, the last thing you want to do is dasable it, need to check the oil level, if it is full then it would be wise to take it to the shop, probably a malfunctioning oil pressure sender
You need to verify that the oil pressure is within spec first. If it is then the sending unit is probably oil soaked and faulty. Unplug the sending unit and jumper the terminals together. The bell should go out.
Replace the sending unit.