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This is a discussion on Seatbelt chime within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/cockpi...sable-diy.html - doesn't this work without pulling any plugs out? Or did that stop after 09?...

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    Seat belt chime disable DIY - doesn't this work without pulling any plugs out? Or did that stop after 09?
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    No problem, man. I did mine today, too. Then I drove from work to home with NO SEATBELT on! The horror, the horror....lol
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    Lokey, your a damn rebel! Haha. I did the same as well. Just because I could!

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    thanks for the link- i choose to wear, but will be doing this just so my fiance's chime doesn't go off when she forgets to put on her belt (I haven't found a DIY to disable her's).

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    in the work vehicle (POS element) i just stick a paper clip in it lol, just dont let it get stuck lol.

    personally i dont wear seat belts as i was in a bad accident a few years back doing a very very...... VERY excessive speed and the only thing that saved my life was NOT wearing it, as told to me by the cop and EMT on scene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Seat belt chime disable DIY - doesn't this work without pulling any plugs out? Or did that stop after 09?
    Yep, that's what I did. Strangely, I had to do it twice for it to take. No more chime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jvf4 View Post
    Lokey, your a damn rebel! Haha. I did the same as well. Just because I could!
    Exactly. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02bugg View Post
    personally i dont wear seat belts as i was in a bad accident a few years back doing a very very...... VERY excessive speed and the only thing that saved my life was NOT wearing it, as told to me by the cop and EMT on scene
    But for every scenario like yours, there are 10,000 that are the exact opposite
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    Nor is your ranting or unsolicited/unapproved moderating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02bugg View Post
    personally i dont wear seat belts as i was in a bad accident a few years back doing a very very...... VERY excessive speed and the only thing that saved my life was NOT wearing it, as told to me by the cop and EMT on scene
    Wow.... just.... wow. Next time you see an article in the newspaper or online about a fatal car accident read it and see if those killed were wearing seat belts. I can't remember ever seeing one where someone that killed was wearing one. It's funny that you trust two random people that were absolutely guessing over scientists and statistics that are the basis for the price of car and health insurance. Correlation does not imply causation. That logic is the same as someone that smokes cigarettes every day because your grandfather did, lived to be 100, and the undertaker told you it was because of the cigarettes.

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    EMTs have about 6 months of schooling (some places as little as one month), and cops have no healthcare experience... I'd agree with ^^
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    Hey now! Cops in PA are red cross certified first responders! Ha!
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    I always wear my seat belt when the cars moving, but can't stand it when the car beeps. So much so that I removed the pezo speaker from my current car.

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    Wow! There's a chime if I forget to put on my seat belt!? Neat - O!
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