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Seat Belt Alarm

Old 01-09-2007, 09:21 PM
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this is my first post, so let me start off by saying hi..

I recently bought a nearly new Sebring Convertable, but unfortnuately it didn't come with the owners manual..

I really find the seat belt alarm annoying, especially when I'm in line for something. I normally wear my selt belt but there are times during slow moving traffic when I don't need it on.

What I don't need though is 5solid minutes of ping ping ping..

how do I turn it off? Normally there is a combination to do.

I asked Chrysler, but they wanted me to book the car in to disable it !!!! Yeah like i'm gonig to spend 1hrs labor for a 5sec job..

Can anyone please have a look in the manual for me and tell me how to do it?

Many thanks in advance.
Old 01-10-2007, 12:00 AM
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that is what u will haft to do bro the dealer will hook up a drb3 and go into cust preff and turn it off
Old 03-15-2007, 12:47 AM
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actually there is a simpe mod to take care of this. under the seat is prolly two wires coming from teh floor to the seatbelt. depending on how its activate you either connect teh pos and neg together with a connector or just tape or just unplug it. i just unplugged it on my cavalier i use to have and it took care of the problem. hope its that easy for you too.
Old 03-15-2007, 03:33 AM
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as i have said in other posts u arnt heling with the stuff u are posting U cant just jumper the wires together they are in a restance based system to the OCM all it will do it keep air bag light on untill the resantance it back to where it was with the buckle attached. Plus they are loaded buckles with a gas.
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