How do you deactivate the seat belt chime in a 2007 Impala?
Put your seat belt on:)
You cannot deactivate the seat belt alarm. It is installed to keep all riders in the vehicle safe.
I found your question because I was searching for the answer myself!! I am trying to deactivate the chime on my DB9 - and sent it back to Aston Martin to ask them to do it. They refused. The dealer I bought it from is looking in to having it removed 'privately' on the qt. Meanwhile I am going to write to Aston to moan like bloody mad about how annoying it is that I… Read More
This vehicle is still under warranty, so if the chime is malfunctioning, take it to the dealer. If you just want to drive around like an idiot with the seat-belt unbuckeled, I won't help you. Buckle your belt and the chime will go off.
By putting on your seatbelt
Put on your seatbelt!
Wear your seatbelt.
Put your seatbelt on! Amazing Or find a seat belt extension. 2007 Pilot seems to be an odd size of buckle and tongue, so this may be difficult. Search Amazon or eBay for "seat belt buckle chime" or similar to find dozens of extensions and warning chime stoppers. Let us know if you find one that works for the 2007 Pilot!
The 3.5 liter V6 engine in a 2007 Chevrolet Impala has a timing CHAIN
it tells you how to do that in the owner's manual in the back.
The seat belt chime can be enabled or disabled by following these steps. Note: The following steps must occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition switch being turned to the ON or START position. 1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, and buckle the driver
Dealer using a scan tool in the body control module.
Buckle up your seat belt and the chime will go off.
Put on your seat belt and buckle it up. The chime will then stop.
Buckel your seatbelt and it will go off. If it is not going off with your seatbelt buckled, then take it to the dealer for repair.
It is unlawful to not wear a seat belt while driving or riding in a car. Wearing the belt turns off the chime. Some vehicles (VW's for instance) will chime for about 3 minutes then the light goes out and the warning signal turns off.
Wear your seatbelt and the alarm will go off. If it will not go off when you hook the belt up, take it back to the dealer for repair. It is still under warranty.
put the seatbelt buckle where it should go, then the light will turn off!
To turn off the seatbelt chime in 2006-2008 Dodge Rams and some other newer Dodge vehicles, follow this procedure: Get in the vehicle, close the door, put on your seatbelt. Start the engine, wait for the seatbelt light to turn off. Within 30 seconds of the light turning off, unbuckle and re-buckle the seatbelt 4 times, making sure the seatbelt light responds (turns on and off) each time you unbuckle and re-buckle the belt. Ending… Read More
Once you put your seat belt on and buckle it the chime will go off. If it does not then take the car to the dealer for warranty repair.
A 2003 Impala does not have a timing belt. It has a chain.
Mine does, for driver's belt only.
Wear your seat belt
Check in your owners manual for instructions to deactivate the active seat belt alert system Check in your owners manual for instructions to deactivate the active seat belt alert system
put your seat belt on
Buckle the seat belt
look under the drivers seat and passenger seat and there should be a wire coming off the seat belt that you can unplug to stop the chime.
wear your seat belt. IDIOT!
Use the seat belt and buckle up.
Timing chain ( for the 3.5 liter and 3.9 liter V6 engines , and the 5.3 liter V8 engine )
Buckle the seat belt around the back of the seat
Disable a specific cable (someone else would have to explain more in depth.) If there's nothing wrong with the seatbelt chime and just going off because the seatbelt's unbuckled, you should probably leave it alone. Messing with the cables could cause a problem. Plus Disabling the chime may have a serious impact on the airbag working. Also, if an airbag is deployed whilst you are not wearing a seat belt. The chance of being killed… Read More
Wear your seatbelt :)
you have to remove the belt tensioner to remove the belt off of the engine.
Found the procedure to "Deactivate" the Seat Belt Minder, On pages 135-136 of the On-line Owners Manual. Here's the URL https://myford.fordvehicles.com/
The best way to turn off the seat belt reminder in 07 Impala is by putting on the seat belt. This will automatically turn off the reminder.
Loosen the tensioner pulley on your 2001 Chevy Impala. The serpentine belt will become loose. Take the old belt off and put the new belt on. Tighten the new serpentine belt with the tensioner pulley.
No belt it is a chain - no changing needed
I was told that in the Expedition 2004 you can push the belt release button when the chime is going off and that stops it until the door is opened the engine is turned off. Good Luck
the seatbelt chime and door chime is hooked up to the stock radio in all gm vehicles just find somebody that knows car steros
The chime will continue to sound if you unplug the connection. Simply buckle up.
By wearing your seat belt.
Buckle your seat belt.
You cannot disable the chime. Just buckle up and it will stop chiming.
The belt is slipping.
Beside the dash cluster on the left there's an information button. Push it until you see chime volume on your dash, where your mileage is. You can turn the volume to the chime up and down or off.
The dealer can disable the passenger side only chime (Canada). Done through the computer set up. Don't try to disconnect wires at the seat belt itself; they are interconnected to the passenger air bag using magnetic switches.
1. Sit in the drivers seat with the key in the off position. 2. Buckle the seat belt. 3. Turn the ignition key to the "on" position without starting the engine. and Wait for the seat belt light to go off. 4. Within 1 minute, unbuckle and re-buckle the seat belt 3 times, ending with the belt buckled. Each time you buckle the belt, wait for the belt light to go off. 5. Turn off… Read More
simply wear your seatbelt.
Ask your dealer
plug the seatbelt in.. the warning stops then ;-)