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Old 01-25-2011, 08:32 PM   #31
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So much bullshit....so little time. The guy asked a simple freaken question, and not a one of you clowns who posted actually told him the answer to his question. You should be ashamed.

I don't wear a seatbelt. I REFUSE to wear one. I'll pay the ticket, if I need to. I haven't as of yet. Moralize to those who care for it. Leave the rest of the normal humans alone to live their life as they choose. If you can't answer the question that was asked, don't bother with your whining. I truly feel sorry for the rest of you who think that Papa government knows best what you should do in your private lives.

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Just to clarify, where is your answer to his question in the midst of your statement here?

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Well it is a persons right to choose or not to choose to put on a seat belt. I am a paramedic and i know the dangers. Sometimes i just dont feel like having it on and would love to not have the annoying tone going off so if anyone knows how to turn it off I would love to know. Thanks.

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Well it is a persons right to choose or not to choose to put on a seat belt. I am a paramedic and i know the dangers. Sometimes i just dont feel like having it on and would love to not have the annoying tone going off so if anyone knows how to turn it off I would love to know. Thanks.
see post #5 in this thread
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Old 01-25-2011, 09:23 PM   #34
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Correct....That DID work on my 07....I'm assuming it still will.
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Old 01-26-2011, 03:44 PM   #35
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It is indeed in the manual how to turn it off.....and post #5 had it exactly right. The "ding" is instantly when the key is turned off.
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If you ask me It's each person's right to have the option to risk their own life. If I wanted to kill myself I would so why can't I drive with out a seatbelt? Who would it be hurting other than me? I don't some fat pencil pushers to tell me how to live my life cause they are insecure. People never wore seatbelts was it a big deal then? No it wasn't. Seatbelts have the potential to kill just as many lifes as they save. No one ever tells you the statistics of how many people seatbelts chocked, cut in half, kept them in a burning veh, held them in a sinking vehicle or prevented any other escape. But NOBODY looks at that. they are a thin lylon band across your neck the can cut you if you rub you hand on it why is it a good idea to have it zing into locking place at neck level?
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BeltAlert􏰁 can be enabled or disabled by your authorized dealer or by following these steps:
NOTE: The following steps must occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition switch being turned to the ON/RUN or START position. Chrysler Group LLC does not recommend deactivating BeltAlert􏰁.
1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, and buckle the driverís seat belt.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON/RUN position (do not start the engine), and wait for the Seat Belt Reminder Light to turn off.
3. Within 60 seconds of starting the vehicle, unbuckle and then re-buckle the driverís seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with the seat belt buckled.
4. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.
NOTE: Watch for the Seat Belt Reminder Light to turn on while the seat belt retracts and turn off while re- buckling the seat belt.
BeltAlert􏰁 can be reactivated by repeating this procedure.
NOTE: Although BeltAlert􏰁 has been deactivated, the Seat Belt Reminder Light will continue to illuminate while the driverís seat belt remains unfastened.
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Old 01-28-2011, 04:35 AM   #38
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not sure if it is the same with the JK but I have a TJ and have had many other cars that you just unplug he switch under the sear or trace a wire that connects to the seat belt. but again not sure how it works with the newer models vehicles mine is an 05 and had a wire to disconnect
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not sure if it is the same with the JK but I have a TJ and have had many other cars that you just unplug he switch under the sear or trace a wire that connects to the seat belt. but again not sure how it works with the newer models vehicles mine is an 05 and had a wire to disconnect

opps sorry should have mentioned that was from the 2011 jk owners manual, any other year I have no idea what to do, I know I will be turning it off, as well as the lights and horn when you push the button when you lock it, that horn and lights crap won't fly so well in 2012 when I make a run for the mountains, you know when the world ends.
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having SEEN jeeps and off road vehicles ROLL ON THEIR SIDE at less than 5 mph...your statement about it being safe or not needed is a joke. Without the seatbelts on, the drivers would have been crushed...I was there, I had to winch them back upright. ALL jeep jamborees REQUIRE seatbelt use by EVERY PERSON or you can be asked to leave. IT's purely a safety issue...YOUR safety and it keeps insurance rates down because it keeps medical bills down. I was hit broadside by a pickup truck going over 35 in a parking lot...in my little Toyota Carina (limited edition-great car) and if I hadn't been in the seatbelt, I'd be dead...his plow frame came through just behind the drivers seat and I would have been tossed around like a ragdoll...instead the belt locked up and I was firmly held in my seat. And I was NOT MOVING...standing in a line waiting to leave the parking lot. So not even going 1 mph!
I won't even DRIVE if my passengers don't buckle up...and I live in New Hampshire...firmly believe the seatbelt law should be mandatory for EVERYONE along with (gasp, I'll start another round of freedom spouters) HELMET LAWS!
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Old 01-28-2011, 09:30 AM   #42
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LOL....Just kidding. To each his own.
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Old 01-28-2011, 10:37 AM   #43
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I used to take my seatbelt off when offroad since down here in Fla there isn't much chance of rolling off a cliff. Then one day I hit an unexpected dip/bump combo in the trail and smacked my head into the roof.

I wear my belt now and am used to it.

The newer belts are comfy and give you enough slack while rolling down the trail until you hit a bump and then lock up. Keeping your noggin or face from hitting something inside the vehicle.
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Old 01-28-2011, 10:45 AM   #44
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Imo you've only got the right to wear no seatbelt if you don't have any family. I don't wear a seatbelt for myself but for my parents its that simple . If I'm dead I could care less but there's other people that have to deal with it that's when its an issue .

And it doesn't help telling everyone to wear a seatbelt at all times on a forum either . If the person isn't smart enough to wear it in the times that are risky enough then nothings gunna change that
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having SEEN jeeps and off road vehicles ROLL ON THEIR SIDE at less than 5 mph...your statement about it being safe or not needed is a joke. Without the seatbelts on, the drivers would have been crushed...I was there, I had to winch them back upright. ALL jeep jamborees REQUIRE seatbelt use by EVERY PERSON or you can be asked to leave. IT's purely a safety issue...YOUR safety and it keeps insurance rates down because it keeps medical bills down. I was hit broadside by a pickup truck going over 35 in a parking lot...in my little Toyota Carina (limited edition-great car) and if I hadn't been in the seatbelt, I'd be dead...his plow frame came through just behind the drivers seat and I would have been tossed around like a ragdoll...instead the belt locked up and I was firmly held in my seat. And I was NOT MOVING...standing in a line waiting to leave the parking lot. So not even going 1 mph!
I won't even DRIVE if my passengers don't buckle up...and I live in New Hampshire...firmly believe the seatbelt law should be mandatory for EVERYONE along with (gasp, I'll start another round of freedom spouters) HELMET LAWS!
Hmmm are you a transplanted, MASSHOLE???
Just ribbin' ya... do what you want that's the power of FREEDOM!

Just DON'T tell me what to do...'cause now you're steppin' on MY freedom...
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I won't even DRIVE if my passengers don't buckle up...and I live in New Hampshire...firmly believe the seatbelt law should be mandatory for EVERYONE along with (gasp, I'll start another round of freedom spouters) HELMET LAWS!

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Really guys and gals, this is completely retarted. I would guess some of you would out right ban atv's or put seat belts and roll cages on them. Yes not having your seatbelt on has it's dangers but have u ever seen a school bus with seatbelts for the children. Scream and address that issue not an adults use of seatbelts when off road trailing. Plain and simple people have the right to do what they please as long as it don't infringe on someone else. If u want to put on your seat belt do it, if not don't. The question was " how do u disable the seatbelt alarm." not what is your opinon on should people use seatbelt. I greatly appreciate your concerns of my well being and my jeep and house payment is due on the fist of each month your donations to my financial well being is greatly appreciated
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LOL...Good post, JC11.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:53 PM   #50
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It would be nice if there would be no seat belt laws, kinda like a modern version of natural selection. Sounds cruel but hey if you dont wanna wear your seatbelt that's your problem.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:56 PM   #51
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And...I DO accept it as being "my problem". But then....I don't live in NY.
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oops, I thought it also did the seat belts as well - sorry
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I disabled my alarm months ago... still wear my belt all the time.
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managed to re-program my own seat belt chime a few days ago....still wear it and enjoy the quiet of a personal decision without the commotion...
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If you ask me It's each person's right to have the option to risk their own life. If I wanted to kill myself I would so why can't I drive with out a seatbelt? Who would it be hurting other than me? I don't some fat pencil pushers to tell me how to live my life cause they are insecure. People never wore seatbelts was it a big deal then? No it wasn't. Seatbelts have the potential to kill just as many lifes as they save. No one ever tells you the statistics of how many people seatbelts chocked, cut in half, kept them in a burning veh, held them in a sinking vehicle or prevented any other escape. But NOBODY looks at that. they are a thin lylon band across your neck the can cut you if you rub you hand on it why is it a good idea to have it zing into locking place at neck level?
I don't normally do this but here goes..........

What a dumb ass!
I agree with you that it is your option to risk your own life. You say "Who would it be hurting other that me?" I'll tell you, EVERYBODY ELSE on the road! Have you even been in a high speed collision? Do you know what happens to unrestrained occupants of a vehicle? They fly out!!
"Seatbelts have the potential to kill just as many lifes as they save." Potential yes, but DO they NO! Statistics show that it is much safer to wear your seatbelt......meaning they save more lives and prevent more serious injuries than they CAUSE. Your rational is insane.....Statistics? Where are yours?

As a Firefighter/Paramedic for 10 years I have seen the effects of those who chose to wear their seatbelt and those who didn't. Let me tell you a little secret...........there are much fewer around that didn't........
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Really guys and gals, this is completely retarted. I would guess some of you would out right ban atv's or put seat belts and roll cages on them. Yes not having your seatbelt on has it's dangers but have u ever seen a school bus with seatbelts for the children. Scream and address that issue not an adults use of seatbelts when off road trailing. Plain and simple people have the right to do what they please as long as it don't infringe on someone else. If u want to put on your seat belt do it, if not don't. The question was " how do u disable the seatbelt alarm." not what is your opinon on should people use seatbelt. I greatly appreciate your concerns of my well being and my jeep and house payment is due on the fist of each month your donations to my financial well being is greatly appreciated
You sir, are a class a dumb*** if you honestly believe that you are not effecting anyone else by not wearing your seatbelt. If and when you roll your jeep, and they find you, head smashed under the frame, your parents or family, or wife, or children MIGHT say, "he would have lived if his seatbelt was on". I also cant believe you brought the issue of a school bus up. Before that dumb remark, did you ever think that alot of 5 and 6 year olds can barely even use a seatbelt, and if a bus caught fire with 60 screaming 6 year olds on it, how is a bus driver to unbuckle all 60 of them? Use your damn brain dude. Ive been hit by ieds numerous times in Iraq, and I can tell you that im grateful everytime i had my seatbelt on. The only time I didnt, I was gunning and I got thrown 40 feet onto the blacktop. The worst part of all of it is that you guys are riding doorless and seatbeltless. Did you know that ups loses TONS of drivers every year due to backing into loading docks with the door open and no seatbelt on, they accidentally lose grip, fall out of the truck and it smashes them. If that can happen on flat level surface, imagine what can happen at 10-15 mph, bouncing all over the place in an extremely dynamic suspension vehicle. Wake up and stop being childish. No one thinks your uncool cause you wear your seatbelt.
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Just buckle it and then get in the seat and sit on top of the belt, if it's only for going up and down that dirt road it shouldn't be too uncomfortable. That way the chime is still there for when you need it.
This works well in ambush country, you just jump out, find cover and shoot back, funny how ambush country has now move to South West Border?
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BeltAlert􏰁 can be enabled or disabled by your authorized dealer or by following these steps:
NOTE: The following steps must occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition switch being turned to the ON/RUN or START position. Chrysler Group LLC does not recommend deactivating BeltAlert􏰁.
1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, and buckle the driverís seat belt.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON/RUN position (do not start the engine), and wait for the Seat Belt Reminder Light to turn off.
3. Within 60 seconds of starting the vehicle, unbuckle and then re-buckle the driverís seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with the seat belt buckled.
4. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.
NOTE: Watch for the Seat Belt Reminder Light to turn on while the seat belt retracts and turn off while re- buckling the seat belt.
BeltAlert􏰁 can be reactivated by repeating this procedure.
NOTE: Although BeltAlert􏰁 has been deactivated, the Seat Belt Reminder Light will continue to illuminate while the driverís seat belt remains unfastened.
this works.. thank you for posting the ANSWER instead of conveying your opinion on whether its right or wrong to wear the seat belt, which had nothing to do with the original thread question.

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