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Just curious...does anyone know how to dis-engage the seat belt alarm noise that starts when you start accelerating? I know to wear it in all but sometimes if I am going a short distance I hate the noise just going off in my ear.

Not to worried about it but I just thought I would ask to see if there was a fuse or something of that nature that I could take care of the noise.

Thanks.
 

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umm. yah supposedly theres a wire, right under the seat that you can just disconnect, its on clubsciontc.com in the diy section, havent tried it myself yet tho, i like wearing seat belts
 

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oh yeah I agree it is a good idea but sometimes it just gets anoying for me...thats all.
 

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Originally posted by goldenchild@Nov 6 2004, 04:08 PM
Just curious...does anyone know how to dis-engage the seat belt alarm noise that starts when you start accelerating? I know to wear it in all but sometimes if I am going a short distance I hate the noise just going off in my ear.
If you check out my thread on my smashed up totalled out tC then you'd probably wear belts all the time? I was 2 blocks from home when a 16yo in a 2001 Blazer rear ended me at 45mph when I was at a complete stop. No seatbelts= no me. My car went 25 feet forward and I probably would have cleared that easily.
 

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No seatbelts, no airbags = no worries anymore when you get plowed
 

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WOW some forum this is. You guys kinda suck!
Guess Im the only one here that can really answer this question.

Buzzer Reminder Cancel Mode Setting
1) Set the LCD on the combination meter to the ODO display.
2) Press and hold the TRIP meter reset knob for ten seconds or more within six seconds of turning the
ignition switch to the ON position. Fastening the drivers seat belt while holding the knob cancels the
buzzer reminder.
3) When this occurs, the LCD displays -OFF. The buzzer reminder can be switched between ON and
OFF each time the TRIP meter reset knob is pressed. The LCD displays -ON or -OFF according to the buzzer reminder ON/OFF status. The display changes to the ODO or TRIP meter if the knob
is not pressed for ten seconds.
4) Performing steps 1) and 2) again when the buzzer reminder is off exits cancel mode.
5) The cancel mode will also exit when the battery or combination meter connector is reconnected.
 

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WOW some member you are. Bringing back a thread that has been dead for more than FOUR years!
 

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That is fricken awsome!

++100000000 For you and dead threads everywhere!
 

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that explanation went over my head can someone explain it better

and have a question too
you guys would bitch if someone asked the same question again you would just say boo search! but he did search and found it and posted in it and he still gets flamed? am i to understand that once a topic has been settled it can never be discussed again?
 

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That is true. Id just repost and say "Topic was never answered" with a link. Idk, just my 2 cents.
But ya, Turn your key to the "On" position, within 6 seconds of the key being in the "On" position, press and hold the odometer reset button for 10 or more seconds, but make sure you do this on your actual milage (Odo Screen), not A Or B Trip meter. Then While keeping the button held down, plug in your seatbelt, you will then see b-on, you can let go of the reset button and then press it one time which it will then read b-off. All set, take your key out and the next time you take off, no more beep beep, only when you start the car.
 

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QUOTE (Black09Tc @ Jan 23 2009, 06:35 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449714
That is true. Id just repost and say "Topic was never answered" with a link. Idk, just my 2 cents.
But ya, Turn your key to the "On" position, within 6 seconds of the key being in the "On" position, press and hold the odometer reset button for 10 or more seconds, but make sure you do this on your actual milage (Odo Screen), not A Or B Trip meter. Then While keeping the button held down, plug in your seatbelt, you will then see b-on, you can let go of the reset button and then press it one time which it will then read b-off. All set, take your key out and the next time you take off, no more beep beep, only when you start the car.[/b]
Thank you very much!!
 

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I was just in a "flaming" mood. I apologize lol
 

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QUOTE (BSP08 @ Jan 23 2009, 07:48 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449718
QUOTE (Black09Tc @ Jan 23 2009, 06:35 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449714
That is true. Id just repost and say "Topic was never answered" with a link. Idk, just my 2 cents.
But ya, Turn your key to the "On" position, within 6 seconds of the key being in the "On" position, press and hold the odometer reset button for 10 or more seconds, but make sure you do this on your actual milage (Odo Screen), not A Or B Trip meter. Then While keeping the button held down, plug in your seatbelt, you will then see b-on, you can let go of the reset button and then press it one time which it will then read b-off. All set, take your key out and the next time you take off, no more beep beep, only when you start the car.[/b]
Thank you very much!!
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Not a problem. Where in FL do you live? What county?
 

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god, old.


don't disconnect the wires. do the thing with the odo button. works fine. just the way it says. i had that done from day one.
 

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QUOTE (Black09Tc @ Jan 23 2009, 07:36 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449722
QUOTE (BSP08 @ Jan 23 2009, 07:48 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449718
QUOTE (Black09Tc @ Jan 23 2009, 06:35 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449714
That is true. Id just repost and say "Topic was never answered" with a link. Idk, just my 2 cents.
But ya, Turn your key to the "On" position, within 6 seconds of the key being in the "On" position, press and hold the odometer reset button for 10 or more seconds, but make sure you do this on your actual milage (Odo Screen), not A Or B Trip meter. Then While keeping the button held down, plug in your seatbelt, you will then see b-on, you can let go of the reset button and then press it one time which it will then read b-off. All set, take your key out and the next time you take off, no more beep beep, only when you start the car.[/b]
Thank you very much!!
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Not a problem. Where in FL do you live? What county?
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Flagler county FL north of Daytona what about you?
 

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Im tryin to move down to FL in Brevard County, West Melbourne or Palm Bay hopefully. I wanna move out of the snow sooo bad, Im stuck in snow up in MA. Must be nice being able to wash and wax all year round, To say the least im jealous haha.
 

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QUOTE (Black09Tc @ Jan 24 2009, 02:28 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=449849
Im tryin to move down to FL in Brevard County, West Melbourne or Palm Bay hopefully. I wanna move out of the snow sooo bad, Im stuck in snow up in MA. Must be nice being able to wash and wax all year round, To say the least im jealous haha.[/b]

Right now its 1740 and its 74 degrees out and I think its kinda chilly
hahahaha
I would love to wax my car right now but im just too lazy
can you come do it for me and enjoy the weather?! ill pay!!
 
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