All you have to do is buckle it for a couple of minutes. Then take it off NO BEEP until you restart your truck.
Buckle up your seat belt and the chime will go off.
Put your seat belt on:)
Wear your seat belt
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.
Put on your seat belt and buckle it up. The chime will then stop.
Buckle the seat belt around the back of the seat
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.
The security module on 2002 Ford Explorer is on the passenger side, second row behind the seat belt panel.
Mine does, for driver's belt only.
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 :)
Wear your seat belt.
The seat belt electrical connection under the seat maybe be disconnected or cut.
By wearing your seat belt.
Buckle your seat belt.
By putting on your seat belt and buckling it. Only a fool would drive around without wearing a seatbelt.
A third row seat was available starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer 4 door
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!
simply wear your seatbelt.
Put on your seatbelt!
Ask your dealer