2006 camry disable car seat belt alarm?

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Old 25 Aug 2006, 02:05 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Hi. How do I disable car seat belt alarm on my 2006 camry LE
Thanks alot


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Old 25 Aug 2006, 04:12 pm   #2 (permalink)
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<e@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:44EF487F.47D5EEA7@earthlink.net...
> Hi. How do I disable car seat belt alarm on my 2006 camry LE
> Thanks alot
>
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As a number of readers of alt.autos.toyota have already told you, if you
don't silence the alarm by actually buckling the seat belts when you drive,
you're in grave danger of being 'disabled' yourself. Don't do it. Buckle
up and the alarm goes off....simple enough for you?


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Old 25 Aug 2006, 07:53 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Because "mack" <mackerel@dslextreme.com> could, he/she/it opin'd:

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><e@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:44EF487F.47D5EEA7@earthlink.net...
>> Hi. How do I disable car seat belt alarm on my 2006 camry LE
>> Thanks alot
>>
>>

>As a number of readers of alt.autos.toyota have already told you, if you
>don't silence the alarm by actually buckling the seat belts when you drive,
>you're in grave danger of being 'disabled' yourself. Don't do it. Buckle
>up and the alarm goes off....simple enough for you?


That wasn't the question. The question was about an irritation that's
easily dealt with. No where did the OP say ANYTHING about driving in
traffic without the seatbelt buckled.

Now, here's the answer again:

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Turn the key to the 'on' position. Using the trip meter button, toggle
the LCD until 'ODO' is displayed.

Turn the key off. Turn the key back to the 'on' position. Within six
seconds of doing so, press and hold the trip meter button for ten
seconds. After ten seconds, buckle the driver's side seatbelt.

The buzzer by default is set to on. Once you've held the trip meter
button for ten seconds and then buckled the driver's side seatbelt,
the LCD will then display 'b-OFF', telling you that the buzzer is now
turned off. You can now let go of the trip meter button. If pressed
again in this mode, you will set the buzzer back to on ('b-ON').

*NOTE* If the battery or combination meter is disconnected, you will
have to follow the procedure again.


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At least, that worked for my '05 Camry. Now I don't have that ^%$#ing
irritation the whole time when I back out of the garage, turn around,
go out to the mailbox, drop off the mail and then BUCKLE UP before I
go into traffic when the seat belt might be needed.[*]

Oh yeah, it doesn't *eliminate* the dinging; it merely reduces it to a
reasonable reminder:

<ding> <ding> <ding> <ding> <ding>

<silence>
[*] Note to those who have answered the OP:
I KNOW when I should have my seat belt
fastened; I have a BRAIN and I USE it!

-Don (this subject really brings out the IDIOCY in some people)
--
"What do *you* care what other people think?" --Arline Feynman
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