how do i turn off the reminder bell for key in the ignition, no seatbelt. the fuse list doesn't list one?

Asked by May 18, 2007 at 06:54 PM about the 2005 Dodge Dakota

Question type: Car Customization

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32,855

Manufacturers generally don't release how to disable safety features. Probably going to take a trip to the dealer to find out if they will do it for you.

215

me personally? find the bell and beat the sh*t out of it so that it wont sing anymore =P

8,595

Short circuit the sensor in the buckle receptor. Generally the circuit is closed when the belt is engaged, but in some cars it's the opposite, so either splice the two wires together or cut one and cap it off... It should be noted that this is illegal in certain areas as this is a safety feature and many states consider it a crime to deactivate a vehicle safety feature.

there should be a wire connecter under the seat going to the seatbelt. just unplug it.

205

Tahts easiest... Idk bout yours but my 95 had a buzzer on the fuse panel for the doors

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