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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-11-12, 02:00 AM Thread Starter
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Seatbelt dinging noise

i have a 05 mustang v6 that i would like to take off the seatbelt dinging noise. someone told me at one time there is a couple buttons u push in the right order and u can shut it off... the only reason i would like to shut it off is that my dog sometimes rides with me and he sits in the passanger seat and he weights enough to hit the sensors.... i know i could just buckle the seat belt but kinda rather just shut it off.... if anyone knows the steps to shut it off please share thanks...

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-11-12, 03:15 AM
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Re: Seatbelt dinging noise

Try this ,

" To disable the seat belt unfastened chime (Beltminder) in the 2005-2009 it's different.

- Turn car "on" (far as it goes before starting engine).
- Wait for the "fasten seatbelt" light to turn off (about 1 minute).
- Within 50 seconds: Buckle and unbuckle 9 times ending unbuckled.
- The "front airbag" light will light for a few seconds.
- After "front airbag" light turns off: buckle and unbuckle 1 time.
- The "front airbag" will blink a lot signaling it's been either deactivated or deactivated.

* Both driver and passenger sears must be done separately.
* If the seat you are not working on is buckled it will not work.

Or another suggestion for earlier model ,

" Did this on my 02 Mustang and it worked perfectly the first time.

Step 1: Turn ignition switch to ON. All the way forward without cranking the engine.
Step 2: Wait until the seatbelt alarm to go off and stop. About 1-2 min.

-- Steps 3-5 must be completed within 60 seconds or the process with have to be repeated.

Step 3: Buckle then unbuckle the safety belt three times, ending with the belt unbuckled.
Step 4: Turn the headlights on then off.
Step 5: Buckle then unbuckle the belt three times ending with the belt unbuckled.
--After step 5 the safety light will be turned on for about three seconds then go off.
Step 6: Within seven seconds of the safety belt light going off buckle then unbuckle the belt again.
--That should disable the safety alarm if it is currently activated or vice versa. You will see the seat belt light blink a few times to confirm it has been done successfully.

Good Luck. I did it on my first try and no you don't have to do it every time. It will disable the chime until you want to reactivate the seat belt warning.

I did it this way and have not had the chime come back since(1 monthish) "
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-11-12, 07:48 AM
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Re: Seatbelt dinging noise

That will shut it off from ringing after the first key on ring but when the key is turned on, but not again while driving.

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Re: Seatbelt dinging noise

thanks ill try it when it get warm out agian... high for today was 9 degrees lol i live in nebraska hahaha
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