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How to turn Seatbelt Chime off

Discussion in '4th Gen DIY' started by GW55, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. U1arunit

    U1arunit Senior Member

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    Works on my '18 Sport! Thanks for the info.
     
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    22hemi13 Senior Member Military

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    I always buckle up. But when I’m driving around the farme driving through the pastures checking stuff I dont. . And the dingin is very annoying.
     
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    wouldn't just finding a used male latch work..without the belt. Just clip it in and go? In my X5 the passenger seat is annoying as heck if I have my dog, briefcase etc. setting in it while driving...it thinks there is a passenger in the seat and the chime went off all the time. I just junk yarded an insert and put it in there...no more chime as it assumes my briefcase is all buckled in now :)
     
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    22hemi13 Senior Member Military

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    What’s easier than walking to truck. Putting key in ignition and disabling it. Cost ZERO. Hell its built in feature to disable. It’s not magic
     
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    No luck on 2018.
     
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    Mpgrimm2 Senior Member Preferred Vendor Supporting Member Military

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    I am puzzled why this isn't working for me. I have tried it about 20 times. I even wrote down the directions to follow to make sure I was doing it right. No luck so I had my wife read them to me as I did it so she could spot any mistake I was making. Still no luck. I read a thread where a guy did it much slower (than 3x in 10 seconds). I will try that today.

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    Random_Walk ...what's this bolt do? *plink* ...oh. Military

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    I'll have to give this a shot on my 2017 SLT...

    Mind, I always wear a seatbelt except for one situation. Coming home, I stop at my mailbox by the road, check the mail, get back in the truck... and then drive 500' to my house. No sense putting a seatbelt on just to get down 500' of gravel driveway, when my max speed is maybe 10-15 mph. :confused:
     
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    I went through the process once again to no avail. When I complete the process I get the "ding" indicating success when I shut off the key but upon startup I still get the 5 dings (my main concern) and I can't back up with my door open unless the belt is buckled. The reason I don't like the dings on startup is because I prefer to start immediately upon entrance so the engine can circulate some oil before I put it in gear. I usually take a minute or more to "get situated" since I often bring things to place in the interior. Nothing serious, just and annoyance.
     
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    No luck on that either. It's especially puzzling because others on successful on 2018s. I guess I'll ask the dealer if they'll do it the next time I'm in there.
     

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