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There is a small wired connection that leads to your set belt buckle under your seat. My bet is that is loose or came disconnected as you put something under your seat. It will have a small plastic connection point in the line.
Probably just as easy to repair the fault than to disconnect or remove the alarm, which could be just plugged into the fuse box or more likely buried in the dashboard to discourage people from disconnecting it.
The alarm is generally switched off by a switch built into the seatbelt stalk. The presence of wires will verify this. The wires might have been damaged or become unplugged or the switch stopped working. Lots of dust and stuff finds its way down there.
I suggest you take care not to confuse any wiring for seatbelt pretensioners.
take wire harness apart underseat that connects to seatbelt on drivers side. then take a piece of aluminum foil and stuff it into male part so it makes contact with both prongs and plucg connection back together..problem solved!!!!!!