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Old 02-24-2005   #1
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seat belt alarm on 05 accord

ive searched all over the web and i cant find what im looking for. does anybody know how to turn off the alarm on an 05 accord when the driver does not put on their seatbelt? it drives me nuts!

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Put on your seatbelt? Try that. It should work.
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hahaha... the driving nuts thing is exactly whats supposed to happen. you can trade it in for an older model.
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so there's nothing else that could turn that alarm off, eh?
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plug the seatbelt in and just sit on the belts.
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seatbelts save lives. why dont you wanna wear it?
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Seatbelt saved my life. I would have flown out of my windshield when I got into my accident.
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Ok. It's possible to bypass the seatbelt alarm, but you're not going to get that information from me. What I will tell you is that the SRS module (supplimentary restraing system or airbag module) on modern vehicles evaluate whether or not to deploy air bags based upon deceleration direction and magnitude. Wearing a seatbelt increases the threshold at which the airbags deploy. That means it will not deploy at lower speeds because wearing a seatbelt is sufficient to restrain somebody from serious injury. If you don't wear a seatbelt, the sensor detects that and will deploy the airbags at a lower threshold in an attempt to protect the unrestrained occupant. This is is to protect you if you forget to wear your seatbelt, despite the warning light and alarm. If you alter the system such that you bypass the seatbelt detection so you don't wear your seatbelt when a collision occurs as it sounds like you intend to do, you will sustain much more serious injuries in a crash than if you just left it alone.
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always put on seats belt while driving. whatever you do, dont try to bypass the SRS system, they work in pair.
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Yup. if you tried to by pass the SRS alarm while in an accident without wearing your seat belt, you can have you head snapped back from the force of the deploying airbag.

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Just wear your seatbelt, it's hard to enjoy your car if you aren't around to drive it!!!
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no offense man, but your an idiot if you want to remove that alarm. Just wear your damn seatbelt. This is why laws are getting stricter and stricter every year because people out there wont wear there seatbelt.
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