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In the old days, before it became compulsory to wear seat belts, people would simply fit the seat belt into the catch and then sit on them.
To disable the chime, it would need to be located and then disconnected or alternatively be fooled into silence by by-passing the switches.
It would probably be more satisfactory to wear the belts.
It is chiming with the seat belt in operation then have it checked out. I you do not wish to wear the seat belt just do it up and sit on it Why anybody would want to turn of a safety alarm is a bit beyond comprehension.
there are 2 ways.
ask your dealer. (if programmable)
or cut the chime wires.
answer assumes you read the operators guide and it didnt cover this.
the problem. with most cars cutting the wire, kills them all
even the illegal ones to cut (here) like seat belts. etc.
Candy, I'm not sure why you want to disable the pass seat belt chime, maybe its going off even with no one in the seat. BUT, the only way to stop it would be to plug the seat belt into the buckle. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Candy
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.
Solution: Put on your seat belt!!!!!! Save a life!!!
Soultion: There has to be a fuse either under the dash or under the hood that controlls the chime.
There is a switch in the seatbelt connecter that controlls the chime. It has either failed or the wireing that carried the signal to shut the chime off has been damaged.