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Old 01-14-2013, 05:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to disable the seatbelt chime...

... without cutting wires? On my other/previous cars, I've been able to go through a series of steps, e.g. turn ignition on while holding door lock, release lock, turn ignition on and off, hold lock and odometer button while turning ignition on while closing left eye... And poof - no more seatbelt chime.

For those short, in-neighborhood (pool, school, etc.) drives, I don't like wearing the belt... and don't need Mommy Acura yelling at me.

Is there a code to shut this thing up? Thanks!
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Old 01-14-2013, 05:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yes, you can out it on and it will stop yelling at you.


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Old 01-14-2013, 06:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Seriously? Pool? School? Are your kids strapped to their seats too? Or is that too much of a hassle?


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Yes "seriously". The pool is .6 miles from my house. The school is .3 miles. Each is located in the middle of a large neighborhood, e.g. 25 mph. Not that need to justify my *#$&ing actions to you. I asked a technical question - not a parenting question.
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:27 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Yes "seriously". The pool is .6 miles from my house. The school is .3 miles. Each is located in the middle of a large neighborhood, e.g. 25 mph. Not that need to justify my *#$&ing actions to you. I asked a technical question - not a parenting question.
I didn't ask for any justification, but thanks for providing it anyways.
And great parenting example, don't worry about it, your kids don't notice those things, and they never never try to imitate parents, so if/when your kid doesn't wear seatbelt you will have all the moral authority to tell him to do so


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Wow. wesreopo, you must be one amazingly uptight little man. Please just shut the f*** up and stop posting in this thread. You've been useless so far. Can't imagine it'll get much better.
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:42 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Why don't you stop being a *****? and just put your seat belt on? Also, I'd appreciate if you would stop being rude to wrestrepo. In my opinion, he is right, if your kids don't see you wearing your seatbelt then how will you justify to them, to wear theirs? Just my 2 cents.

P.S. - Dont go posting on how "I shouldn't have posted on this thread, ect", I don't wanna hear the bs.
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Why don't you stop being a *****? and just put your seat belt on? Also, I'd appreciate if you would stop being rude to wrestrepo. In my opinion, he is right, if your kids don't see you wearing your seatbelt then how will you justify to them, to wear theirs? Just my 2 cents.

P.S. - Dont go posting on how "I shouldn't have posted on this thread, ect", I don't wanna hear the bs.
You too huh? It was a TECHNICAL question. Not a parenting question.

So I guess the answer to the TECHNICAL question is that you don't know how to disable the seatbelt chime? Sorry if I hurt your feelings - you too westrepror
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Nah dude, you didn't hurt either of ours feelings. Your soft, that's all. I don't want to argue, I just posted my thoughts on this topic.
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you must be one amazingly uptight little man.
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Why don't you stop being a *****? and just put your seat belt on? Also, I'd appreciate if you would stop being rude to wrestrepo. In my opinion, he is right, if your kids don't see you wearing your seatbelt then how will you justify to them, to wear theirs? Just my 2 cents.

P.S. - Dont go posting on how "I shouldn't have posted on this thread, ect", I don't wanna hear the bs.
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you must be one amazingly uptight little man.
That's the only possible explanation I'm sure.
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It's funny. I mentioned to some of the guys in the Land Cruiser club that I might give my wife my Land Cruiser and drive the MDX for a while. They kidded me that the MDX was a chic car. You guys have me just about convinced they're right.
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That was probably the worst attempt at a "comeback" I have ever seen. I almost feel embarrassed for you. If you didn't want people to comment on your thread, then for what reason did you post it?
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