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Old 02-14-2012, 10:15 AM
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Angry Seat belt ding stop!

this has probably been posted already but I didn't feel like going through 500 pages to find it but does anyone know how to make that darn annoying seat belt dinging thing stop? I looked it up and twy said look in the Manuel but I never got a manual with my truck. It's an 05 ram ST
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Fasten the seatbelt?
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yeah i know but i deliver pizzas so im constantly in and out of the truck and i just was wondering you dont have to be smart about it.
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Look to see if there is a fuse for that sensor.
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I turned mine off, you do it with the key in the on position and you fasten/refasten belt over and over after the light goes off. Then it'll re appear, you turn the key off then on and it should solve it unless I missed a step....
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somewhere i seen a mod to do this i will look to see if i can find it
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found it just pm me with a email address and i will send it to you as i cant paste it here it wont let me
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yeah i know but i deliver pizzas so im constantly in and out of the truck and i just was wondering you dont have to be smart about it.
That's a shitty excuse. You are going to put your life at risk because of someones pizza?

I'm in and out of a truck all day too, every single day...sometimes 10-15 calls a day...seatbelt every time.

You need to buckle up! Just sayin'
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I say you should wear your seat belt but what I used to do on patrol was buckle the belt before getting in. Or if you have the room run the belt behind the seat and buckle it from the other side.
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You can make the ding go away, but the light will not. The fact that you are too lazy to search or download your owners manual from the Ram website tells me you want someone to do the work for you, so you must not want it that bad.
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