annoying little thing...


Asked by Jul 24, 2008 at 02:49 AM about the 2003 Ford Windstar LX

Question type: General

Will someone please tell me how to unhook or turn off the dinging sound that goes off when you don't immediately put on your damn seatbelt?!  I don't care if the light stays on (it's nice and quiet), but the dinging has to go!  Please help!

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Dealer should be able to take care of it for you. Most vehicles there is way to turn it off and it differs from vehicle to vehicle. Not positive how Ford does it. Why don't you just wear your seatbelt? That's the easiest fix....


Well Daphne , If you have your owners manual there is a procedure to do so in the safty restraints section, thats all Ford vehicles ,Not the easiest thing to do( something like connect disconnect the seatbelt like 8 times watch the lite then doit again, stand on your head swear four times smack your man twice for not doing it for you then start the vehicle. LOL no but really its in your manual. David Seinor Master Ford Tech.

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