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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-21-05, 05:02 AM
snoopy42
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seatbelt warning light??? 89 240 sedan

my seatbelt warning light doesn't click on and off anymore . . . . . no
light on dash, no sound from clicker . . . . . any ideas . . . its an 89
240 sedan


 
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-21-05, 04:02 PM
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Re: seatbelt warning light??? 89 240 sedan


"snoopy42" <snoopybris@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> my seatbelt warning light doesn't click on and off anymore . . . . . no
> light on dash, no sound from clicker . . . . . any ideas . . . its an 89
> 240 sedan
>

Congratulations, I have been meaning to find out how to shut mine up & you
have done it without even trying. 53 years I got by without a stupid warning
& now it makes it doubly hard to put the bloody thing in (it's a bad enough
fit already) with its alarmist flashing etc.


 
post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-23-05, 08:01 PM
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Re: seatbelt warning light??? 89 240 sedan

When I first got my '89 240 wagon, I disconnected one of the little boxes
near the steering column to get rid of the annoying seat belt alarm... I
always use the belt, but it just bothered me. Unfortunately, I also lost the
"lights on" alarm at the same time, but I considered it a fair trade! As I
recall, I removed the baffle under the dash on the drivers side, then got
the seat belt alarm going so I could find out which "box" it was, and
disconnected it..

In retrospect, I think there's a connector at the seatbelt catch that can be
undone, and that might eliminate the noise, although I've never tried....



 
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