My seatbelt buzzer is not working any more. How can I turn it back on?

Asked by Jun 21, 2012 at 04:48 PM about the 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium Package Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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305

If you disconnect your battery, everything resets. However, there may be an easier way so you don't have to reprogram your radio stations. :P

Thanks Brian. I'll give that a shot.

365

theres also another way, if you hit your release button on your seatbelt 5 times, then turn your key 3 times in a row, it should reset the car.... just a lil fyi, my buddy did it to turn it off, maybe it will turn it back on

445

my question, is why on earth would you want that obnoxious baby sitter tone at all? I know damn well when I am and am not wearing a seat belt, I dont need the car to remind me. That being said, I never drive w/o it, just sayin

145

depends on the year. for my 2012 wrx i had to put the seatbelt in and out 25 times in 30 seconds.

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