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How do you turn off the seatbelt sensor in your 2003 Explorer?

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2009-08-31 14:17:53
2009-08-31 14:17:53

- Switch on without starting the engine - Wait till the seat belt warning light switches off - buckle and unbuckle the belt three times ending with the belt unbuckled - Switch on the head lights - Switch off the head light - the seat belt warning light will light for few seconds and once it swiches off buckle and unbuckle the bet one more time - switch off Siamand ORRRR, try fastening your seatbelt. tard

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