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Old 06-11-2013, 12:40 PM
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Seat belt alarm

How do I disable the seat belt alarm on my 2004 F250? I have tried some of the instructions on line but none have worked yet. Driving through our back field very slowly does not require the seat belt, so the alarm will drive you crazy sometimes. Please help, Tks
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Doing the procedure in the book didn't seem to work on mine, either. Just reach under the seat from behind and disconnect the wire connector to the buckle. No more chimes or light.
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Another way is to go to a dealer and ask for a seat belt extension (for those that are a little larger then most...lol) I got one so on my hunting trips I didn't have to hear that damm bell when going up some logging roads. Ford gave me two for free.


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About a week ago I just snipped the wire that runs into the receiver part of the seat belt. No more ding ding.
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What we did at work is to used the middle seat belt that will not latch,just stick it in there for a second or 2 then let go. No chimes no problems.
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How do I disable the seat belt alarm on my 2004 F250? I have tried some of the instructions on line but none have worked yet. Driving through our back field very slowly does not require the seat belt, so the alarm will drive you crazy sometimes. Please help, Tks
I don't know what some of the instructions online say, but I just hold down the release button for a few seconds, no more beeping

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Just disconnect the wire under the seat. And just so you know I had an 03 you could hold the button down for 10-15 seconds it would be good. But 04 and up it doesn't work.
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