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Old 12-03-2009, 07:20 AM
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I need to do this to mine because i'm in and out of my truck all the time all on private property and the chime is getting old. Also I need to figure out how to make it not honk loud as hell when I lock the doors that also gets old.
On the EVIC, on your truck is mounted on the roof, while the truck is in parked you should be able to go into settings and change that audible horn sound when locking/unlocking your doors.
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I also hate the sound while getting in my truck. There are times when I am getiing in and out alot while off road, hunting etc... and I didnt want to hear that sound. I followed the steps in the book and it worked fine for me. Now the light on the dash is lit until I buckle up. It's nice to have the option of hearing the chime or not.

I have seen the police in my town siitting on the side of the road looking through binoculars at each vehicle so they can isssue a ticket for a driver or the car full, at $125 a person thats needed revenue for the department(unneeded ranting)

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I'm not saying that I want to ride around w/o a seat-belt on. But when driving at extreme slow speeds (around the yard at work) or other places that I need to jump in and out of the truck, I'd like to not have that chime ringing in my ear constantly.
I can certainly appreciate that. While I generally wear the belt as a matter of course, there are plenty of times, that I hop out to grab the mail, or have to move the truck around, and the chime gets old real fast. One thing I hated about the Fathe in Law's F-150 was there was no way to turn the buzzer off (at least he didn't know how) and when my wife and I borrowed it for research it nearly drove me mad.
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I have seen the police in my town siitting on the side of the road looking through binoculars at each vehicle so they can isssue a ticket for a driver or the car full, at $125 a person thats needed revenue for the department(unneeded ranting)
I am not a big fan of paternal laws in general. I also have a theory that the police should be funded by the city, and paid by the people. That way their allegiance and job security would be based on doing the best job for the people. I would like to see that any money generated as result of tickets must be turned back over to the municipality to use at it's discretion. If the city decides it needs more police then so be it, but they might also decide more schools or better roads. I'm not saying that all police departments are bad about this, some are not, but the current system lends itself to easy corruption. Just google "New Rome Ohio" for a prime example.
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Hey there. I dont own the same year of ram but isnt there a wiring system under the drivers seat for the seat belt chime? I may be totally wrong but just trying to help you out. Oh .... i occasionally do the same...In our trailer park.IE propane, dropping large stuff off as well in the park and moving the cars around at home.
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NOTE: The following steps must occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition swith being turned to the ON or Start position. DaimlerChrysler does not recommend deactivating the Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert).

1. Turn the ignition swith to the OFF position and buckle the driver's seat belt.

2. Start the engine and wait for the Seat Belt Warning Light to turn off.

3. Within 60 seconds of starting the vehicle, unbuckle and then re-buckle the driver's seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with the seat belt buckled.

4. Turn off the engine. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.

The Enhanced Warning System (BeltAlert) can be reactivated by repeating this procedure.
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I also hate the sound while getting in my truck. There are times when I am getiing in and out alot while off road, hunting etc... and I didnt want to hear that sound. I followed the steps in the book and it worked fine for me. Now the light on the dash is lit until I buckle up. It's nice to have the option of hearing the chime or not.

I have seen the police in my town siitting on the side of the road looking through binoculars at each vehicle so they can isssue a ticket for a driver or the car full, at $125 a person thats needed revenue for the department(unneeded ranting)

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I think the question was how to disable the chime, not should he disable the chime.
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Got it, it works.
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1. Turn the ignition swith to the OFF position and buckle the driver's seat belt.

2. Start the engine and wait for the Seat Belt Warning Light to turn off.

3. Within 60 seconds of starting the vehicle, unbuckle and then re-buckle the driver's seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with the seat belt buckled.

4. Turn off the engine. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.
I must just be an idiot because I have tried this at least half a dozen times and it's not shutting the chime off.
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