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I would look for the seat connector under your seat and make sure it is connected all the way. I would also look for damaged wires. The fact that a large bump like tracks would make your seatbelt buzzer go off makes me think there is something wrong wth the seat wires or connector. Hope just reconnecting the seat connector to the vehicle helps. I would also assume that this is the same connector the seat heater wires run through.
It's possible to turn the seatbelt buzzer off, but another buzzer will remain you that your seatbelt-system has a fault! So it doesn't make sense to turn this one off. Your Jeep is equipped with a CAN-Bus System and more than three computers. Each one has connections to the other computer, and if there is a fault in any cirquit.... you'll get a reminder or buzzer.
does it do it on the driver side? hook it up without sitting in the seat start the rig if the buzzer is on sit in the seat if it is still on you have a bad ground on the seatbelt side the short belt that it connects to. the buzzer is under the dash driver side above the sterring wheel.