Question about Volkswagen Cars & Trucks
The seat belt alarm will not shut off, the connection must be damaged. How do I totally disconnect the fuze for the seat belt/door open warning chime?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: warning chime disconnect
You will have to disconnect the warning chime module, it is on the driver side under the dash, follow the sound, it is about the size of a pack of smokes, it is usually black in colour.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
That door chime was driving me crazy too. It turned out to be really easy to pull the power cord from the chime. If you fold down the glove box by pulling the two plugs out from the inside, you can see the chime up behind the dash just to the left of the glove box. Just pull out the cord attached by removing the clip and you are golden.
Ahhhh. Sweet relief. I have been chime free in my accent for 2 months, and it makes for a much more enjoyable car.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Unfortunately if you take this to a shop they can get into alot of trouble doing this for you. Some are controlled by the body control module and others are just simple circuits. Look at you seat belt female end and look for a harness that goes to it. If it's just 2 wires connect those two wires together to trick the system! You should always wear your seatbelt by the way.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
I had a simular problem with my car nto starting, but the alarm didn't have issues just the headlights and the radio not turning off. I replaced the ignition switch and the problem was fixed for a while until the ignition switch malfunctioned again. The ignition switch is a cheap plastic part that connects the key to the engine, and has a tendency to break. Maybe this will help. Btw, I have a 1998 and mine is not starting well, do you know anything about #3 relays? I think I may need to replace it, so that my car will start and not putter to a stop randomly while driving. The problem only arises when the car is not yet warm. Amy ideas?
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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