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Seat Belt Buzzer

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by timkins42, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. timkins42

    timkins42 [OP] Active Member

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    I have done the seat belt buzzer mod on my 2010 Tacoma. Now how do I stop the red light from flashing in the gauge cluster?
     
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    whippersnapper02 Well-Known Member

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    Wear your seatbelt and it will go off.
     
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    Cr250jumper Señor member

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    ^Lol X2. I actually read a guy that had taken an old buckle without the belt and just clips it in the socket to make it think its on. Seems safe to me!
     
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    Richard Cranium The lice...they hate the sugar

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    lol, i've heard of this too

    Back in the day, my brother had a maybe 91-92 Civic hatchback where you could just press in the orange/red buckle release button and the light/chime would go off. I faintly remember him shoving a wood shim in the buckle slot for his seatbelt "mod"
     
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    Black electrician's tape ....... :cool:.
     
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    i just unplugged my seat belts from the wiring harness under the seats no light or buzz
     
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    Yeah I knew someone that actually fabricated a piece of aluminum the same thickness and shape of the buckle to just shim in there, and it'd solve both. It was in a 1991 Honda Accord, the ones with the automatic moving shoulder belts, so I could see how it was annoying, but I just put up with the annoyance for safety's sake...
     
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