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post #1 of 4 Old 06-06-2010, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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WRX Seat belt chime

Anyone know how to get rid of the annoying seat belt alarm? Must have been invented by a communist. thanks
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Historically communists have not been overly concerned with personal safety, not really seeing the correlation. In any case I think you can disable this alarm pretty easily by engaging the seat belt.

You can also do this, I did it on my 07wrx. The chime will go off a few times when you start the car but no more:
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SEATBELT CHIME ELIMINATION

DIFFICULTY: 0.5 out of 10.

1. Insert key into ignition. Turn to "Accessory On" position. This is the last click before you would turn the key to start the engine. Your radio and annoying seatbelt chime will be ON.

2. Within 5 seconds of turning your key to "ACC ON", take your seatbelt clip, and INSERT & RELEASE into the buckle 20 times repeatedly. Each time you INSERT the clip into the buckle, it must "click" into place. You must push the release button to remove it. Complete this 20 times within 30 seconds.

3. When you have completed the 20 clicks, turn your key off and remove it from the ignition.

4. Start your car as normal. You will notice that the seatbelt indicator chime will sound six (6) times, then go off. It will NOT come back on until the next time you start your car, and it will stay on this pattern indefinately.
If your battery dies or you disconnect it the effect is reset and the process will have to be repeated.

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Your wit is killing me. No really, you should be a comedian.

Anyhow, thanks for finally issuing an actual answer. I will try it out.
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Yeah sorry, I get weird when I'm tired. That post makes me look like a schizophrenic.

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