how to seat belt chime turned off

Asked by Feb 20, 2012 at 08:51 PM about the 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited AWD

Question type: General

stop seat belt chime

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Put on your seat belt! that is the best option. If you still refuse to wear this excellent piece of equipment designed to save your life then, remove the under dash panel where the chime is located and disconnect the chime speaker. it should look like a small speaker. find it and disconnect it.

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Will wear seat belt but sometime i drive from sams club to walmart to giant eagle to home depot all in same parking lot donot need the buckle and sound

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Them, as I suggested, find the chime under the dash and disconnect the speaker. Should be about 2x2 inches

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