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BeltAlert fuse My Durango continually alerts me to use the seatbelt when driving. Seatbelts are in use but still get the alarm. I can't seem to go through the process to disable BeltAlert because the system thinks we're driving w/o a seatbelt. What fuse disables this system so I can shut it down?

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I just reached under seat and found the wire connector that comes from seat buckle end and unplugged it.

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