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How do you disable the seatbelt sensor on 2004 Volkswagen Passat?


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2010-01-25 18:36:36
2010-01-25 18:36:36

I assume you want to disable the sensor because you don't use your seatbelt? Drive with your seatbelt fastened. That should do the trick. Besides, it will save you life in an accident. And I believe that your airbag may not deploy if the seatbelt is not fastened. They are designed to work together to save your life. You *could* in theory bypass the switch, but I won't say how.

(1) On January 25, 2010 at 4:27 pm http://wiki.answers.com/Q/User:Gregfloyd[0] said:

I appreciate your concern, but actually I do drive with my seat belt on. My problem is that when I arrive home and my child is a sleep in the car and I'm in park the sensor goes off repeatedly and wakes her up. I can't take my seat belt off while the car is running. Other cars I have had the alarm will go off when you take the vehicle out of park. This one goes off non-stop as long as the car is running.Thanks


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