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Old 11-13-2010, 07:25 AM   #1
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07 Wrangler seat belt alarm..how to disengage it..??

07 Wrangler seat belt alarm has got to be disengaged... Can it be done.. with out tear the wiring out from under the dash..!!!

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Old 11-13-2010, 08:02 AM   #2
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With a username like Wreck, I'd be sure I just buckled up every time, then you don't have to listen to it or worry about being thrown from the wreckage........

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At first I thought I got it out of the manual, but then I realised I got it from somewhere else so here it is."

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The following steps must occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition switch being turned to the ON or START position.

The manufacturer does not recommend deactivating the Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert).

1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, and buckle the driver’s seat belt.
2. Turn the ignition key to the ACCESSORY/RUN position (engine does not need to be running), and wait for the Seat Belt Warning Light to turn off.
3. Within 60 seconds of starting the vehicle, unbuckle and then re-buckle the driver’s seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with the seat belt buckled.
4. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.

The Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert) can be reactivated by repeating this procedure.

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Although the Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert) has been deactivated, the Seat Belt Warning Light will continue to illuminate while the driver’s seat belt remains unfastened."
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jcf.. i appreciate it.. and infernogirl.. im glad someone cares.. although..!!! it will be nice to buckle up and not have a time limit to do it.
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Hahahaha

When I took my Jeep in the first week for the Transmission Fluid Temp flash, I asked the service center "....and while your at it, can you deactivate that annoying seatbelt warning alarm?" Hahaha.....

I guess they are not authorized to deactivate a safety feature, so he slipped me the 'How to" do it myself procedure exactly as written above.
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And...to turn off the red seat belt light, put a small jumper wire between the two leads in the plug under the driver's seat...This will also eliminate the above sequence for disabling the bell...
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Old 11-13-2010, 10:21 AM   #7
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I just buckle up before I start the engine. Problem solved.
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Old 11-13-2010, 10:49 AM   #8
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I started wearing seat belts all the time back in the early 80's, long before seat belt bells, buzzers and laws. CJ-5 with super stiff Rancho suspension and no doors. Yeah, that lap belt went on immediately upon entering the driver's seat. After a few years it became natural. Just didn't feel right to be driving without a seat belt regardless of the vehicle.

With that said those bells and lights can be annoying at times.
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I just buckle up before I start the engine. Problem solved.

You are driving an open vehicle. There's a guy on JKO that was maimed for life in a Jeep accident. He wasn't wearing a seat belt and was hit by a drunk driver. Put the damn belt on.
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Old 11-13-2010, 12:06 PM   #10
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Some kids were riding around in their Cherokee on xmas eve night a couple of years ago. The guy driving drove the Jeep down a boat ramp....not into the water....just to the edge of it. It was real low tide and the bottom of the ramp was covered with algae....and the Jeep slid into the water and sank. The two guys didn't have their belts buckled, and they swam out. The two girls were buckled in. They got them out the next morning after they found the Jeep in 30 feet of water.
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First of all that's complete BS. Second if you sitting at the edge of an algae covered boat ramp, feel free to unbuckle your belt.
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Old 11-13-2010, 02:35 PM   #12
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My dad was killed in an accident because he didnt have his seatbelt on. He hit a deer, it got jammed in hissteering sector on his old pickup, and he slammed into a tree. His chest hit the wheel and he died on impact, put the damn seatbelt on dude, it takes two seconds.
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Some kids were riding around in their Cherokee on xmas eve night a couple of years ago. The guy driving drove the Jeep down a boat ramp....not into the water....just to the edge of it. It was real low tide and the bottom of the ramp was covered with algae....and the Jeep slid into the water and sank. The two guys didn't have their belts buckled, and they swam out. The two girls were buckled in. They got them out the next morning after they found the Jeep in 30 feet of water.
I call bs, considering that you cant open the doors of a submerged vehicle until it pressurizes and fill with water, you would have more than enough time to take your seatbelt off anf swim out. I bet it had more to do with them being in the backseat, being girls so they probably freaked out, and lack of knowledge that you cant open doors until it fills with water. Plus was this an older cherokee? 2 door perhaps?
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Not BS at all. Happened at Radio Island.....area where military vehicles are loaded. I live in sight of the spot. They were HS students where I taught. Why the hell would you call me a liar?? You don't even know me. That's the second time Daggo has done that. Come er and say that, Sukka!

The girls were still buckled in the back of the 4 door Grand Cherokee when they got to em. Couldn't tell you about the the pressure equalization, but that's the story.
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No body said anything about not wearing a belt, I however live up the end of a quiet road & it is a pain to put the belt on to go get the mail. It's a persons own choice & I NEVER go without one on the highway or trails for that matter
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I, for one, wouldn't have told him how to do it. It literally takes two seconds to click the belt. Seat belt alarms are meant to be annoying for a reason: so you put your damn belt on.

If people are just too busy to do that minor task, then maybe they shouldn't be wearing a seatbelt after all. Thin out the heard.
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Old 11-13-2010, 07:43 PM   #17
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this only shuts off the warning chime, and dose not affect any thing else like airbags? correct?
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I don't believe it's possible to shut off the drivers airbag.
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Petey....That's correct. Only that annoying chime. But....I could tell you how to disconnect the airbag if you like.
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Find a junker, cut the male buckle off and buckle it into your seatbeat. It will get rid of alarm and light
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Not BS at all. Happened at Radio Island.....area where military vehicles are loaded. I live in sight of the spot. They were HS students where I taught. Why the hell would you call me a liar?? You don't even know me. That's the second time Daggo has done that. Come er and say that, Sukka!

The girls were still buckled in the back of the 4 door Grand Cherokee when they got to em. Couldn't tell you about the the pressure equalization, but that's the story.
Let's just say that anytime there is a discussion about seatbelts, someone has a story how someone died because they couldn't remove the belt.
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Let's just say that anytime there is a discussion about seatbelts, someone has a story how someone died because they couldn't remove the belt.
That's what I was thinking

So my father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roomate...
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I live in a small town.....it was the center of attention at the time. Headlines in the local paper. They had used the Jeep to drive on the beach to get around the gate that the military had there to keep people out.

Me?? I refuse to EVER put on a seatbelt. I've never felt the need for one, and I don't like being told what to do. Any of you ride a motor cycle? You wear a seatbelt on that?
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That's a ridiculous analogy. Do you wear a helmet? THAT is a proper analogy. Do you have any links to the newspaper articles?
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I don't know the percentages, but for sake of argument, lets say that in all automobile fatalities .02% could have survived if they had not been wearing a seatbelt. Does that sound like a good gamble?

If so, I'd like to make some football bets with ya.
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LOL....I don't do football. And I'll bet your number is a bunch too low.

You may not LIKE my motorcycle analogy, but it's true....100%. BTW.....I rode a motorcycle over 10,000 miles without a helmet......before there was ever a law requiring it.
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LOL....I don't do football. And I'll bet your number is a bunch too low.

You may not LIKE my motorcycle analogy, but it's true....100%. BTW.....I rode a motorcycle over 10,000 miles without a helmet......before there was ever a law requiring it.
You said a SEATBELT on a motorcycle, not a helmet. Where is the article? You said it was big news. I'm sure you could quickly google it for us.
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I think we are all old enough here to do what the hell we what.. and im pretty sure we are all responsible enough to know seat belts are not a bad thing.. i simply dont like the ringing in my F*&king ear..
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BTW, the disengaging sequence worked like a charm..!! Thanks, now i am one happy mfing camper with or without my seatbelt on.. Freedom.. isnt what this country is about or has it been flooded with flukers that want you to do what they want you to do.. I say x@#$em. but thats just little ole' me..!!!

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