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disabling seatbelt sensor?

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I'm planning on getting a set of 4point Takata harnesses, and was wondering, what can I do to turn off the seatbelt sensor, so it doesn't beep when I don't have the regular seatbelt in?
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Have a look here....

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/how/522...lt-beeper.html

Hope this helps!
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Yes, that helps a lot actually.

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That's ok, glad to help!
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Buckle up tho, saves lifes!
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hate the bleeps but rather the belt than head thru windscreen.. its an annoyingly good reminder
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Leave well alone or your insurance will be void !!
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Belt up the lot of you!!
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Disabling the beeper is not about failing to wear your seat belt, it's about disabling the beeper!

Rich 11, if the beeper circuit failed of its own accord, would the insurance be invalid?
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Disabling the beeper is not about failing to wear your seat belt, it's about disabling the beeper!

Rich 11, if the beeper circuit failed of its own accord, would the insurance be invalid?

Sorry if my post came across as i was implying drivers would fail to wear their belts
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I really don't see the point of disabling the beeper.
After all, it doesn't take a moment to stop it, - you just belt up.
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your all missing the point here, if he gets a 4 point seatbelt it clips together at the chest (think touring car type seat belt) so the seat belt bleep would continuously go off as the standard buckle is not being used and in fact would probably have been removed.
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your all missing the point here, if he gets a 4 point seatbelt it clips together at the chest (think touring car type seat belt) so the seat belt bleep would continuously go off as the standard buckle is not being used and in fact would probably have been removed.
Precisely.
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