1995 Thunderbird what is the right side under dash beeper for?

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Asked by Sep 12, 2015 at 04:24 AM about the 1995 Ford Thunderbird LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I turn the ignition off on my 95 Thunderbird I hear a beeper under the
right side dash that beeps about 5 times. What is it telling me????????? No it
is not the door ajar or key in ignition or lights on warning. Shane
714*501*67*68 call or text OK

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seat belt maybe

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Why would it beep when you turn off the motor?

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Mine beeps also...every time i turn my ignition off and even when i take my keys out. It does the series of 5 beeps all the time. Ever since i replaced all the missing fuses. It has caused my battery to go dead several times!! Why is it doing this and which fuse do i remove to stop it!!

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