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First unbolt the receiver and set it on the seat so you can work on it.

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Open it up with a butter knife. Slide both plastic pieces off.

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Locate and remove the metal sensor clip.

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Slide the sensor off.

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Put the sensor clip back on in case you'd like to reinstall the annoying device.
reconnect the plastic pieces with the sensor hanging out on the side.
Bolt it back to the seat.

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Thanks for your contribution.

I put my work gear on my front seat and the STUPID PASSENGER SEATBEAT CHIME IS ANNOYING!!!!!!!!

This is why forums were created to encourage sharing of thoughts and mods
Not because i wanna drive around without my seatbeat... pffff
 

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Well I agree. I guess you could say I'm lazy but who cares. So in the trunk I keep my duty gear and files. So I carry my back pack and lunch in the front. Can't tell you how much I love to here the annoying sound of the seatbelt reminder to buckle up my lunch. I have a coupe and rarely use the back seat. Always put things in passenger seat and have dealt with it so thank God there is a disable. I wish there was one like how the police units have. It deactivates threw a series of buckling and unbuckling the seatbelt. But this will work the same I hope. :cool:

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do you think this would have any effect on the airbags during a crash? i thought i remember reading somewhere that the airbags will inflate differently if it senses a passenger in the seat, but the seat belt is not buckled. i think it might be a safer alternative to buy one of these: Universal Car Safety Seat Belt Buckle Alarm Canceller Stopper Eliminator Black | eBay

that way, if you have a real passenger in that seat, they are able to use the seatbelt normally if they choose.

think about this scenario: you are driving and have somebody in the passenger seat. they are seriously hurt and upon inspection by insurance, they see that you have modified the seatbelt. guess who is responsible for all of the medical bills?
 

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think about this scenario: you are driving and have somebody in the passenger seat. they are seriously hurt and upon inspection by insurance, they see that you have modified the seatbelt. guess who is responsible for all of the medical bills?
they are responsible for wearing their seatbelt whether or not it has the chime.
 
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