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Key in driver's side, pass side, or trunk - turn to "unlock" position - stops the alarm
Answer The Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert) can be enabled or disabled by your authorized dealer or by following these steps: NOTE: The following steps mu…st occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition switch being turned to the ON or START position. DaimlerChrysler does not recommend deactivating the Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert). 1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position and buckle the driver's seat belt. 2. Start the engine and wait for the Seat Belt Warning Light to turn off. 3. Within 60 seconds of starting the vehicle, unbuckle and then re-buckle the driver's seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with the seat belt buckled. NOTE: Watch for the Seat BeltWarning Light to turn on while unbuckling and off while re-buckling the seat belt. It may be necessary to retract the seat belt.
Answer unhook battery cables for five or six, but the problem will come back because if the light is on there is fault in the ABS system
Check on the inside of the fuse panel cover; mine is the same color as the plastic molding and was hard to see.
It can not be disabled. It is reset by unlocking the doors with akey or remote.
The ABS light is on because there is a problem with the ABS system and it's not working. If you fix the problem the light will reset itself. Above is not true since you must… have a DRBIII to reset ABS CAB Because: The light will not reset itself since Chrysler has a monopoly on the software to reset. Others have to pay a lug to get Chrysler info to reprogram it. The ABS is in a totally separate module called the CAB (Controller Anti-Lock Brakes) The module is up front under hood on passenger side (just behind headlight with large harness unscrew bolt to remove gray plug. Takes this and two bolts to remove about 5 minutes maximum. This module is on a separate buss with PCM VIN test (computer line) than the regular buss for the rest of car so can not find fault code with simple tester at auto parts store (need DRBIII hand held tester that costs $5000.00 "another Chrysler rip off"). Do not believe local mechanic to fix since none have a DRBIII, most have a Snap On tester that does not work even though most say it will. It does work for most cars but not this one and you will get told $460 just to test since they have to pay snapon $300 for the damn Chrysler software (great uh). Best is to have a dealer run a test and tell you what is bad from DRBIII code. Costs about $96 then order yourself and replace but remember all computer modules on all cars (They have all learned this ripoff method) must be programmed with the VIN number so eBay doesn't work from junk yard. You must order from company that can program the VIN. Tell me a collector car (before computer robbery) is not worth it...........
Chrysler does not use reset switches.
I have just bought one on Ebay for $75, there was 8 left in stock at the time.
The factory alarm can not be disabled. It can only be reset byunlocking the doors with the key or use the remote.
Key in driver's side door - turn to "unlock" position - stops the alarm
On the v6, it is inside the distributor. On the four cylinder, itis on the driver side end of the cylinder head.
The light can not be disabled. If it stays on, there is a failurein the system that will have to be repaired.
In Honda Accord
Look in you owners manual for enhanced warning system. Theinstructions are there. Other than that, wear your seat belt, it isthe law.
The factory alarm is reset by unlocking the doors with a key or usethe remote. The factory alarm is reset by unlocking the doors with a key or usethe remote.
You need to have the codes read. Once the cause of the code is repaired the light will clear itself. You need to have the codes read. Once the cause of the code is repaired t…he light will clear itself.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator. The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
Programmable lock functions can be changed with the dealer scantool.