Buckle up your seat belt and the chime will go off.
Buckle the seat belt around the back of the seat
Use the seat belt and buckle up.
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.
Wear your seatbelt :)
By putting on your seat belt and buckling it. Only a fool would drive around without wearing a seatbelt.
By wearing your seat belt.
Buckle your seat belt.
simply wear your seatbelt.
plug the seatbelt in.. the warning stops then ;-)
it tells you how to do that in the owner's manual in the back.
there should be a plug in under your drivers seat drive safe
I don't know but the whole point of it is so it irritates you until you put your seat belt on. Its for your own safety!
it tells you in the owners manual page 26
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.
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.
By wearing the seat belt which is after all there to protect you. Having seen the direct results of someone who was not wearing a seat belt, I would strongly advise that you do so and then you won't have a problem with the reminder. However, if you do insist on not wearing it, the quickest way to disable the chime is to do up the seat belt aound the back of your seat.
Look in you owners manual for enhanced warning system. The instructions are there. Other than that, wear your seat belt, it is the law.
Dealer using a scan tool in the body control module.
get an old seatbelt from a junk yard and plug in into the seatbelt soquit
You cannot disable the chime. Just buckle up and it will stop chiming.
i have a 2004 Chevy col, and my chimes and seat belt make NO NOISE. the person before me took out the factory radio, and the chimes, and seat belt buzzer, ran through the radio.
Disable the seat belt alarm in a e250
you really do not want to do that,believe it or not the seat belt circuit also runs thru part of the air bag decision making circuit. Sooooooo, if you disconnect the chime which really turns on/off the seat belt light in the dash you also goof up the decision making circuitry .Do not do it.
Put your seat belt on:)