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Seatbelt Beeper

Hi Guys,

Whilst i had the civic, i saw the thread about disconnecting a cable under the chair to stop the car going nuts and telling you to put your seatbelt on.

Just wondering if anyone knows if there is a similar cable i can unplug on the accord?

Just to clarify, i do wear my seatbelt religously, i just don't need the car beeping at me to put it on when i haven't even started the engine yet!

Any help is much appreciated as i don't want to just start pulling out random cables...!

Thanks,
Andy
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