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Look at inside fuse box with multimeter to determine if that is the case.
Posted on May 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
middle seat belt shouldn't have anything to do with it. The seat locks down for stowage in the rear cargo area. you can pull the release handle on the back of the seat to release it back into the up position.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
There IS a transmission drain plug on the 2002 Ford Explorer! It is, however, difficult to get the fluid back in as there IS NO dipstick (tube) to refill it. I installed the pan bolts far enough to hold the pan up (level) and then stuck a hose (attached to a funnel at top of engine compartment) through the opening between the pan and the bottom of the transmission. I was able to put five quarts in that way - no more as it will overflow (trust me). You can check other sites on how to check to see if that's enough and how to add more as needed. That's not simple either. Great idea Ford Motor Company (sarcasm) !!!!!!
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
there is a switch under the seat feel arround under the seat and look for wires follow them up and down and find the plug it is likely near the carpet
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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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!!!!!!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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May 25, 2011 | 1995 Nissan Maxima
I found this post via genvibe.com, it worked for me on my 07 Vibe:
This will turn off the 1 minute beep if the car is running and either the passenger or the driver takes off their seat belt.
Get in the car and turn the key to on (don't start the car,) then change the odometer to display "odo" and not trip A or B.
Turn the key off.
Turn the key back to on. Within six seconds of doing this, press and hold the odometer button. Do so for 10 seconds. Then, while still holding the button, buckle up, edit: then unbuckle. The "odo" display should then change to say "b-on." let go of the odo button to get it to read "b-off." Then wait for the display to change back to the odometer. That's it, you're done.
The car will still beep right when you turn it on for 3 seconds if you don't have a seatbelt, but the dash light will continue flashing till buckled up. It won't beep if you or your passenger unbuckles for a moment. Salvation!
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_disable_a_driver's_seat_belt_alarm_on_a_pontiac_vibe#ixzz1MxTn2Oa0
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