most buzzers are located on the driver side up underneath the brake pedal
Buckle up your seat belt and the chime will go off.
Buckle your seat belt.
You can disable the seatbelt warning chime, in your Honda CRV, by removing the fuse. The fuse can be found in the fuse box in the engine compartment.
You cannot disable the chime. Just buckle up and it will stop chiming.
You can go under the driver side of the dash, turn the lights on, listen for the chime to locate it. Once located simply unplug the two wire connector.
if you have the owner book that came with the vehicle, you can find in the book how to disable the door chime
The chime can not be disabled or removed.
instructions to disable chime can be found in the ownere handbook that came with the truck it is disabled thru the computer in truck
I believe they do. I have a 2000, and there is no discernible difference between the features of the two model years.
By wearing your seatbet. If it will not go off even when you have your seat belt on, take it back to the dealer and see if this is covered by your warranty.
The manufacturers don't want you to.
Pull the key out just a little and the chime will stop. It may be controlledfrom the radio
1997olds 88 the brake chime will not shut off where is the sensor so i can disengage it
Wear your seatbelt :)
It can not be disabled.
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.PlusDisabling 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 are far greater than if you are wearing a belt.The easiest way to disable the seat belt chime is to wear a seat belt.
The door chime on a 2001 Ford F250 can be disabled by removing the fuse. Another option is to disconnect the wiring harness connected to the chime.
By wearing your seat belt.
The chime is located on the dashboard of the Century. If it does not sound, you may need to have your vehicle's electrical system examined.
simply wear your seatbelt.
plug the seatbelt in.. the warning stops then ;-)
It is important to know what causes things to stop working within a car. A blown fuse or bad wiring can cause the key and headlight chime to stop working.
On my 2000 Astro there is a small button just below and to the left of the headlight switch. Push that button four times in a row and you will hear a chime and the automatice headlights will be disabled. Tricky, eh?
it tells you how to do that in the owner's manual in the back.