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Old 10-10-2010, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Annoying Seat Belt Alarm

Does anyone know how to disable the seat belt alarm on the 2010 tundra?
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search this forum. lots of threads.

short answer got to dealer or buy a techstream.
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search this forum. lots of threads.

short answer got to dealer or buy a techstream.
My dealer won't help me and says this is a safety issue. I guess the older Toyotas can disable it pressing the odo button and connecting the seat belt buckle at the same time. That didn't work for me.
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My dealer won't help me and says this is a safety issue. I guess the older Toyotas can disable it pressing the odo button and connecting the seat belt buckle at the same time. That didn't work for me.
Again do a search. All of this is covered in threads. search "seat belt chimes"
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My dealer won't help me and says this is a safety issue. I guess the older Toyotas can disable it pressing the odo button and connecting the seat belt buckle at the same time. That didn't work for me.
Your dealer, like most dealers, is full of sh*t. It is not a safety issue and there is no law that says you must leave that annoying chime on. I had my dealer disable both driver and passenger seatbelt chimes no questions asked. Find another dealer and remind them where you will be spending your maintenance money in the future.
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See if a dealer in your area will do it.

Check the "Stickies" at the top of the forum and look at "No chimes, no chimes..."
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