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Seat Belt Bell

I have a 2005 Hyundai Sonata. When I turn right the seat belt bell rings which is very annoying. This does not happen when my wife drives the car (she weighs a lot less than I do). Now no solutions like loss 100 lbs etc. Sometimes it just continually goes off with movement or braking. Help

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There is a pin on the inside of the door - we built up 2 or 4 layers of duck tape on the swinging door to hold closer to the pin - that stop the turn ringing but it will ring if you leave the keys in the car by accident still - Marsha

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