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Any Way to Disable the Chime for Not Wearing a Seatbelt

Is there any way to make it so it doesn't chime when not using a seatbelt, it get quite annoying sometimes
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theres a wire in the female end of the seatbelt. ground it. donezo.

and yeah...wear your seatbelt.

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Is there any way to make it so it doesn't chime when not using a seatbelt, it get quite annoying sometimes
Injuries and death are more annoying... Wear your seatbelt!

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dying in what could have been an injury only wreck will also solve the chime problem...I like staying alive personally

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Its his personal decision and no ones business, I'm sure hes well aware of the risk.

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Just out of curiosity, why don't you wear your seatbelt?



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I think that is the plan....

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I have a few friends who refuse just because "it doesn't feel right"

not saying I agree with it, but just saying some people don't for whatever reasons.

but I also wouldn't put it on my conscience of saying how to disable a safety feature.

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There's a metal tip on the end of the seat belt. Push that metal end into the buckle. You should hear and feel a click. The beeping will stop. You're welcome.
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Unplug the harness under the seat. It'll disable it.


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