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Old 04-23-2011, 02:37 PM
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probably the easiest fix lol Thank you!
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Run the seatbelt BEHIND the seat and hook it up.

In fact if a cop sneaks up behind you, it will look like you have it hooked up.

Can't beat a deal like that.
But it definitely doesn't look like it from the side when they are sitting on the side of the road staring in your windows, and if you need to indiscreetly clip it on, it is pretty awkward when it is already latched behind you. Plus it is more uncomfortable to just disable the dinger.
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Disabled my dinger yesterday....finally!
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thanks guys! worked on my 2011.
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Tried numerous times, 4 was the magic # of seatbelt click and unclicks for me lol, not sure why but it wouldn't work on 3. Still wear seatbealt though, feel naked without it.
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Thanks for the info guys, worked like a charm!
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Oh this is awesome. THX!!!!
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no seat belts+airbag+accident=death or broken neck and dead from neck down. read, no more sex, just a plastic tube to pee into while you lie in bed staring at the ceiling tiles until sme one comes in to change you diaper. keep your seatbelts.
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.......Really?

Seat belts and airbags have saved my life, my brothers life, my father's life, and a longer list than I'll type. I can't believe people drive without them. That's like riding a motorcycle without a helmet...just stupid(then again maybe that's a good thing...).
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1) Plug seatbelt in.
2) Turn key to the on position, engine off. Wait for seatbelt light to go off,
3) Undo and redo the seatbelt 3 times, leaving it buckled the last time.
4) Turn the key off and you should hear a chime indicating that you disabled the chime.

You should be set. This worked on my 2007 Ram, but I believe it works on the newer ones as well..

Though i would always recommend to buckle up, not for the law, but for safety..

Drive safe!
worked on my 2011 ram outdoorsman. thanks
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