how do i turn off the seatbelt warning tone?

Asked by Jan 19, 2007 at 12:40 PM about the 2005 Toyota Camry

Question type: General

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hi Blake, I did a search to try and find the information for you but it turns out that recent government legistlation has made it illegal to turn off the seatbelt tone. It is even illegal for dealers to inform consumers of how to turn it off themselves. If you find a way be sure to let our users know.

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You have to kill each beep separately. Turning off BEEPS 1. Power on the car to IG-ON or READY. IG-ON will do for this purpose. 2. Using the Trip/ODO button, set the Trip/ODO display to ODO - not Trip A or Trip B 3. Power off the car. 4. Now power the car to READY (brake on). This is required so that step 6 works correctly. 5. Immediately, within 6 seconds of powering on, press and hold the Trip/ODO button for 20 seconds or more. Do not release, just hold it for 20 seconds, then 6. WHILE STILL HOLDING ODO button, shift the "gear" selector from P to R, then back to P. Now release the Trip/ODO button. 7. If the last step was successful, "b on" or "b off" should be displayed in the location where the Trip Odometer or Odometer is normally displayed. "b on" is beep on, and "b off" is beep off. 8. Press Trip/ODO to toggle the mode to the one you want. 9. Now power the car off to exit the toggle mode. 10. Power the car on to READY and confirm the reverse beep status by shifting to R. The beep should not be audible if "b off" was selected, and should be audible if "b on" was selected. The above procedure turns off the back up beep. To turn off the driver seat-belt beep, instead of shifting in step 6, latch your seat-belt. This takes some contortions since you have to do it with your left hand since your right hand is still holding the ODO button. I prepared by pulling the seat-belt out all the way and holding the strap in my teeth so there would be no tension. To turn off the passenger seat-belt beep, at step 6 have the passenger sitting in the passenger seat latch that seat-belt buckle. I found all this at http://priuschat.com/index.php?showtopic=24769 Read more: http://priuschat.com/threads/seat-belt-chime-is- annoying.31012/#ixzz2KFDii6SS

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Or you could just buckle up...

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Put your seat-belt on.....

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No

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With my seat belt on half the time the alarm still beeps the other half the blind spot systems don't work. And this 2013 Camry SE lost 50% value in only 3 years. Toyota really is garbage these days.

Do like I did, I went to a salvage yard and found a wrecked Toyota and cut the seatbelt latch out and stuck it into my seatbelt. Problem solved. No more obnoxious dinging.

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