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Old 07-27-2010, 04:17 PM   #1
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Seat belt alarm

I live in New Hampshire where there is no seat belt law if you are over 18. Does anyone know if I can disengage this damn alarm????

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Old 07-27-2010, 04:26 PM   #2
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I dont know how, but why wouldnt you want to wear it anyway. Is your life really not that valuable to you...

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Old 07-27-2010, 04:32 PM   #3
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Old 07-27-2010, 04:34 PM   #4
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yes my life is valuable to me but at 5 or 10 mph on a dirt road at a slight incline i feel no need to wear it. Besides as a motorcylce owner I realize the risks I put myself in from not wearing a seat belt in my Jeep or rididng a motorcylce at 30mph.
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Old 07-27-2010, 04:37 PM   #5
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Try this:

Get in and shut the door and buckle up.

turn the key to the on position (not running) and wait for the seatbelt light to turn off.

buckle and unbuckle your seat belt at least three times, ending with the seat belt buckled. Watch the seatbelt light on the dash making sure it turns on and off each time you unbuckle.

When you have ended on the third (or fourth) with the belt buckled, turn the key to off. If you hear a chime, it worked.

This is purely a guess, but let me know if it worked.
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Old 07-27-2010, 04:37 PM   #6
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Being a volunteer firefighter a few years back. Some of the shit I seen because of people not wearing a seatbelt...uggghhh...BAD stuff.

Yea a dirt road 5 mph...idk...doesnt seem like much of a hassle to me, but ok. Buckle the belt without you sitting in the seat...then get in.

I rode for many years as well....hitting the pavement at 70mph isnt a fun day either, lol. Especially with no leather.
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Old 07-27-2010, 04:41 PM   #7
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You should have that belt on every time you drive/ride in that jeep !!


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yes my life is valuable to me but at 5 or 10 mph on a dirt road at a slight incline i feel no need to wear it. Besides as a motorcylce owner I realize the risks I put myself in from not wearing a seat belt in my Jeep or rididng a motorcylce at 30mph.
If you don't want to, thats your right-but if you're in the gene pool, I hope you don't teach your kids that bad habit !!

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To get it to shut off try:

Up, down, up, down, left, right, "a", "b", "a", "b", select, start...

No, wait. That's for unlimited lives on Contra for the original Nintendo.

Sorry no help here.
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I live in New Hampshire where there is no seat belt law if you are over 18. Does anyone know if I can disengage this damn alarm????
It's clearly outlined in your owner's manual...but someone already gave the routine for disabling this nasty dinging...
You will have a constant red light on your speedo cluster of course unless you jumper the plug under your seat...
I choose not to wear my seatbelt at all...it's literally, a pain for a big man..very restricting. My passengers can do as they please though.

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Old 07-27-2010, 05:46 PM   #10
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Well heck. I did not know any state had opted out of the seat belt law. My relatives in Vermont told me that they refused to pass the law, and the government cut off their funding for highways or whatever, so they decided to enact it.
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Old 07-27-2010, 07:12 PM   #11
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In NH as long as you are over 18 its your choice to wear it or not. I never said I dont wear it I always do but i own some land up north and i have a 3 mile road into it, its a 4wd only road but nothing extreme at all and i enjoy taking my doors off and just the freedom of no belt. I get in and out a lot as I am going down the trail to move branches clean up areas etc....it sucks having to put it on and off 15 times you know.
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--Roy Rogers never wore a seat belt on Trigger !!

Maybe you should get a HORSE !!

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Old 07-27-2010, 07:29 PM   #13
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Try putting a paperclip or another metal object into the recepticle and see if that does the trick. Just make sure you can remove it later when you actually want to use yourseat belt.
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Old 07-27-2010, 07:35 PM   #14
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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.
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when I was a teen my best friend refused to wear a seatbelt in his Jeep...at the time there were no seatbelt laws. he was such a cocky little bastard that he would say if the jeep were rolling....he would just jump out. Such is the rationale of a know it all 16 year old kid. If he were still around I would still be telling him how stupid he was...unfortunately..he DID roll the Jeep and crushed his head like a watermelon. Closed casket funeral. PUT THE MOFO SEATBELT ON!!!
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coming from a guy who had a seatbelt save his life, JUST WEAR IT!!!

now, that said, you can go to a junkyard and cut the clip part off and just stick it in the receptacle.
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heh Heh, good story, but


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when I was a teen my best friend refused to wear a seatbelt in his Jeep...at the time there were no seatbelt laws. he was such a cocky little bastard that he would say if the jeep were rolling....he would just jump out. Such is the rationale of a know it all 16 year old kid. If he were still around I would still be telling him how stupid he was...unfortunately..he DID roll the Jeep and crushed his head like a watermelon. Closed casket funeral. PUT THE MOFO SEATBELT ON!!!
Some people are just idiots anyway, no matter what age !!

I don't think there really should be a law, though, there should be a state/insurance edict, that--No seatbelt--NO COVERAGE

Then you're on your own !!

By the way I've been in 7 wrecks with two rollovers, both rollovers with harness, (racing) and the 5 auto acidents--with seatbelt, so, I've got a little background !!

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Not that I think you should go without wearing the belt (who am I to judge) but you can always try going to a junkyard and taking the seatbelt hasp off a junked vehicle. Then just plug it in and out as you wish. Hope this helps!
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:22 PM   #19
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Wear your Frickin Seat Belt,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,WTF
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:42 PM   #20
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I just pay a $165 fine for not waring one in SoCa
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:51 PM   #21
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you can just plug in the belt before you get in the seat and put it behind your back, but its not annoying no point in not wearing it
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[QUOTE=JIMBOX;703923] heh Heh, good story, but




Some people are just idiots anyway, no matter what age !!

I don't think there really should be a law, though, there should be a state/insurance edict, that--No seatbelt--NO COVERAGE

Then you're on your own !!

By the way I've been in 7 wrecks with two rollovers, both rollovers with harness, (racing) and the 5 auto acidents--with seatbelt, so, I've got a little background !!










Hmmm typical california thinking...legislate the hell out of our freedoms...are you a democrat as well...??

Just kidding with ya...

But I still won't wear mine unless it comes to THAT...which it well may...but until thenm I am FREE......!!!!! (Sinister laughing)


BY the way...if I were as ACCIDENT PRONE as you are...I would probably wear mine too...
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heh Heh, good story, but




Some people are just idiots anyway, no matter what age !!

I don't think there really should be a law, though, there should be a state/insurance edict, that--No seatbelt--NO COVERAGE

Then you're on your own !!

By the way I've been in 7 wrecks with two rollovers, both rollovers with harness, (racing) and the 5 auto acidents--with seatbelt, so, I've got a little background !!










Hmmm typical california thinking...legislate the hell out of our freedoms...are you a democrat as well...??

Just kidding with ya...

But I still won't wear mine unless it comes to THAT...which it well may...but until thenm I am FREE......!!!!! (Sinister laughing)


BY the way...if I were as ACCIDENT PRONE as you are...I would probably wear mine too...
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To get it to shut off try:

Up, down, up, down, left, right, "a", "b", "a", "b", select, start...

No, wait. That's for unlimited lives on Contra for the original Nintendo.

Sorry no help here.
Up, Down, Left, Right, A, Start... the level warp for the first Sonic the Hedge Hog... why do I remember that... I have not a single clue. I think I used it only once.
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Old 07-28-2010, 06:15 PM   #25
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You can roll a jeep going 5 mph. Comparing the jeep to a Motorcycle
is like comparing apples to oranges. I was a kid in the back of a CJ back
in the 70s. My uncle was driving and rolled the jeep on an off camber move
up a hill. I would have fallen out and been crushed if it was not for the soft
top holding me in.
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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.

Y'all have a good night now, ya heah.

(Ok.....There WAS one correct answer)
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Old 01-25-2011, 08:07 PM   #27
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Warthog, if memory serves me correctly it is actually
up up down down left right left right b a start
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There are plenty of occasions that I come across where not wearing a seat belt is totally safe and there is no chance of harm unless a freak tornado comes along and hits me. I have not disabled the chime but do find it annoying to the point that I just put it on anyway. Trail riding and street driving are a seat belt must but some of the park service roads and fields its just not in anyway necessary.
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Just go to the junkyard and cut the buckle off of another seatbelt the same size as yours. leave it in the console and when you want to go slow, just insert the dummy buckle in the seatbelt. wala, no more chime.
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I'm hoping the dance that fixed the 07s will still work. Otherwise, I guess a jumper in the harness clip under the seat will work. Wearing the belt should be a choice....

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