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Turning Off Seat Belt Alarm

I read somewhere on here about getting into a hidin personal programing section. Can the seat belt alarm be turned off? Thanks....
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Put your seat belt on.
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what are you a cop? America used to have more personal choices than laws... Those days are sure gone.... I guess I'm just a rebel that would like to make my own choices... Not be told what I have to do.....
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I guess you don't like to be told to read your owner's manual either so I won't.

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I also agree that you should wear your seat belt. However, many years ago when I had a racing harness in my EVO, all I did was head to the local junk yard and get the part of the seat belt that actually goes into the clicker, and just left it in there. That would be the cheapest and easiest to return to stock way
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^ Lol! There is a thread about turning the chime off you just have to search it. I have to do the same when I get a chance. I currently have an unattached seat belt part clicked in for when I am out for a slow ride.
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It's in your owner manual.
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You can buy a part on eBay that clicks in there and stops it. Not sure how to turn it off in the menu.


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Read your owners manual for the complete procedure. Basic procedure is: buckle your belt, turn key to on position, unbuckle then rebuckle your belt three times, turn key to off position.
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Great, thanks for the help. I totally skipped over the seat belt section of the owners manual. I will look before I ask from now on. Its awesome that Dodge gives you the ability to make the car your own. So glad it doesn't have daytime running lights.
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