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Old 12-12-2011, 06:28 PM   #31
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Thanks, this was easy!

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Old 03-05-2012, 08:02 AM   #32
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passenger seatbelt?

Does this disable the passenger seatbelt at the same time? I dont necessarily want to disable the driver, just the passenger. My boxer loves riding shotgun but the alarm is so annoying, and I once plugged the seatbelt in, and put the belt behind the headrest, it slipped and locked and got stuck. So im not interested in that again. Just wondering if there is a different method for the passenger seat, or if this disables both?
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Old 11-18-2013, 02:23 PM   #33
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oh thank god for this trick. doing it tonight!!
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Old 11-18-2013, 03:08 PM   #34
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+1 on the jumper in the plug. Seat belts good (most of the time), stupid dinger and light telling me how to live, not so good.
Anybody want to make a river crossing with seatbelts on? Didn't think so. Want to be distracted by a constant dinging while making that crossing? Not really.
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Old 11-18-2013, 03:34 PM   #35
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Sweet! I actually avoid trips to the landscape waste dump because you have to drive around the property to dump leaves here, limbs there, stumps and grindings somewhere else... Taking that stupid belt on and off 4 times or more, or listening to that dinging just pisses me off at 5PM on a 35 degree rainy muddy day with 30 other idiots backing trailers into tiny spots around the dump piles! I often times just end up just dumping the crap into one big pile or burning it!
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:34 PM   #36
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Sweet! I actually avoid trips to the landscape waste dump because you have to drive around the property to dump leaves here, limbs there, stumps and grindings somewhere else... Taking that stupid belt on and off 4 times or more, or listening to that dinging just pisses me off at 5PM on a 35 degree rainy muddy day with 30 other idiots backing trailers into tiny spots around the dump piles! I often times just end up just dumping the crap into one big pile or burning it!

^^^^This^^^^

I have a gravel driveway that's 1/10 of a mile long, so sometimes I find my Jeep dinging while getting the mail or trash bin.
I could see the boat ramp being another place where I'd want some peace.

When I'm on a public road my seatbelt seems to buckle itself...
It's just that much of a habit.
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Old 07-28-2014, 04:37 PM   #37
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Im going to try this when i grt home today..i cant stand that sound
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Old 02-11-2015, 09:51 AM   #38
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That procedure disabled the seat belt chime for my 2015 Sahara. Repeating the procedure turns it back on.
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Does this disable the passenger seatbelt at the same time? I dont necessarily want to disable the driver, just the passenger. My boxer loves riding shotgun but the alarm is so annoying, and I once plugged the seatbelt in, and put the belt behind the headrest, it slipped and locked and got stuck. So im not interested in that again. Just wondering if there is a different method for the passenger seat, or if this disables both?
This is my issue also. And my pup is only 15 pounds. In my 2008 he did not set off any alarms now in my new 2015 if he sits just right he sets off the belt alarm. Bought a seatbelt leash to plug into it so that it will no longer go off but I am worried that if there is an accident the airbags will kill him because the Jeep will think there is someone in the seat. Just think he would be safer without the airbags going off. Yes I know he would be in trouble either way but it just makes me feel better that he does not get hit by the power of the airbags. I always wear my belt and make all my passengers do the same and have no real need to turn off the buzzer except for when the dog is riding shotgun.

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Yes, doing this disables all the seatbelt alarms.

If you want to just disable it for the dog, get a seltbelt clip on eBay or Amazon and throw it in the glovebox for when you need it.

http://www.amazon.com/Universal-Vehi...JA9F1YJVVXZTMZ

Airbags may go off anyhow, even with nobody sitting there. Look at all the airbag problems there are already. I'd move his seat back all the way and hope he's ok, or keep him in the back seat.

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