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How do I disable my seat belt chime??

Ok, I have a 2001 Cobra. The damned seat belt chime wont stop going off even though I have my seatbelt on. I just got the car a couple weeks ago and had no troubles with it untill today. How can I stop it? Can I just cut the wires and twist them together? Please help! Thanks.
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-Turn car keys to power up but not start the car.
-Wait till the seatbelt light goes out (about 8-10 seconds)
-Put the seat belt buckle on and off 3 times
-Turn your park lights on once
-Put your buckle on and off 7-10 times till the seatbelt light flashes rapidly
-Once the seatbelt light stops flashing
-Put the seatbelt on
-Start up your vehicle

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Yeah he aint bull shitting ya either on this. When I got my car new it done that shit. It took me an hour to find it in the owners manual and another 30 mins or so to get the combination of the dick dance down right to turn it off. But yeah I remember doing that on.... off, on.... off...... buckle.... unbuckle.... lights on.... lights off bullshit LOL.


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I tried it but it didnt work. I guess Ill keep tryin it. From what Im told its linked to the airbag so I wanna get it taken care of right. Worst case scenario, I take it to the ford dealership....
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How do you disable the chime of the door open with the key in the ignition? it's annoying as hell when you're cleaning it and want to listen to the radio...


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How do you disable the chime of the door open with the key in the ignition? it's annoying as hell when you're cleaning it and want to listen to the radio...
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maybe his plug is already disconnected, that's why he can't program it off.

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-Turn car keys to power up but not start the car.
-Wait till the seatbelt light goes out (about 8-10 seconds)
-Put the seat belt buckle on and off 3 times
-Turn your park lights on once
-Put your buckle on and off 7-10 times till the seatbelt light flashes rapidly
-Once the seatbelt light stops flashing
-Put the seatbelt on
-Start up your vehicle
do you turn the parking lights right off or leave them on?

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I just wonder who came up with these riddles, haha. Oh well, so long as it works I guess.

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Yea so, I cut the wires to twist them together to see if that shut it up, and before I een twisted them together it stopped. Guess its fixed... Thanks for the help.
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worked for me

my light stays on but it does not ding anymore so im happy
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this seat belt dance a permanent fix or u gotta do it everytime u drive the car. my car is going over to 4 pt harnesses so i wanna get rid of that stupid chime.
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im gonna have to try this to see if it works. cool!

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definately not a permanent fix, diabeetus, what wire did you cut to make that damn thing shut up>?
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def interested in how to disable the no seatbelt chime. i made a topic asking the same question once and everybody just told me to use the seatbelt.
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Did this on my 02 Mustang and it worked perfectly the first time.

Step 1: Turn ignition switch to ON. All the way forward without cranking the engine.
Step 2: Wait until the seatbelt alarm to go off and stop. About 1-2 min.

-- Steps 3-5 must be completed within 60 seconds or the process with have to be repeated.

Step 3: Buckle then unbuckle the safety belt three times, ending with the belt unbuckled.
Step 4: Turn the headlights on then off.
Step 5: Buckle then unbuckle the belt three times ending with the belt unbuckled.
--After step 5 the safety light will be turned on for about three seconds then go off.
Step 6: Within seven seconds of the safety belt light going off buckle then unbuckle the belt again.
--That should disable the safety alarm if it is currently activated or vice versa. You will see the seat belt light blink a few times to confirm it has been done successfully.

Good Luck. I did it on my first try and no you don't have to do it every time. It will disable the chime until you want to reactivate the seat belt warning.
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How do you disable the chime of the door open with the key in the ignition? it's annoying as hell when you're cleaning it and want to listen to the radio...
Well i did this to my 06 f-350 and i'm sure it would work on our cars cause the key cylinder is set up the same. Try this and she if it works.

Take the key cylinder out, look for a tab that rubs the inner part of the key cylinder housing. Put a piece of electrical tape on it and it should never ding again.

Try and let us know if it works.

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Did this on my 02 Mustang and it worked perfectly the first time.

Step 1: Turn ignition switch to ON. All the way forward without cranking the engine.
Step 2: Wait until the seatbelt alarm to go off and stop. About 1-2 min.

-- Steps 3-5 must be completed within 60 seconds or the process with have to be repeated.

Step 3: Buckle then unbuckle the safety belt three times, ending with the belt unbuckled.
Step 4: Turn the headlights on then off.
Step 5: Buckle then unbuckle the belt three times ending with the belt unbuckled.
--After step 5 the safety light will be turned on for about three seconds then go off.
Step 6: Within seven seconds of the safety belt light going off buckle then unbuckle the belt again.
--That should disable the safety alarm if it is currently activated or vice versa. You will see the seat belt light blink a few times to confirm it has been done successfully.

Good Luck. I did it on my first try and no you don't have to do it every time. It will disable the chime until you want to reactivate the seat belt warning.
I did it this way and have not had the chime come back since(1 monthish)
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