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2004 Explorer seat belt alarm does not go off when belt connected

I tried unplugging the wire at the seat belt until I can get it fixed and now have an alarm for the air bag system. I'm okay if nothing else is going to happen and it is safe to drive.

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No but if you need to drive the vehicle its not hindering anything but the noise/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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