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Seat belt buzzer termination? (Gen 4)

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12 Aug 2019 10:32 #212049 by mlines
On my Range Rover there is a sequence to turn this off/on. It involves plugging and unplugging the seat belt 9 times rapidly within 10 seconds.

This disables the seat belt alert, specifically where you carry items on the front passenger seat.

I do not have the Gen4 manuals but I would assume it has a similar facility

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17 Aug 2019 14:25 #212209 by CC Baxter
This one's for you Andy, pull this 4 pin plug and no more seatbelt warning on the driver's side (which I think is what you were after). Trouble is no more heated seat either, four wires two for seat heater two for belt alarm. I will investigate further in the future (seat out) but for now this is good enough.
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17 Aug 2019 20:57 #212222 by Andy2640

CC Baxter wrote: This one's for you Andy, pull this 4 pin plug and no more seatbelt warning on the driver's side (which I think is what you were after). Trouble is no more heated seat either, four wires two for seat heater two for belt alarm. I will investigate further in the future (seat out) but for now this is good enough.
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That is mega appreciated CCB! Thank you mate.

I dont use the heated poo cooker anyway, so no worries there.

Great stuff, cheers!!

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19 Aug 2019 13:20 #212297 by CC Baxter
Another buzzer silenced, this time the door open buzzer.
Pull this 2 pin plug with a pink and a black wire (socket arrowed) and the key in ignition door ajar chime is gone. Door ajar display on the dash all works fine.
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19 Aug 2019 15:58 #212305 by Andy2640
LEGEND!

Thank you CCB!!

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20 Aug 2019 16:27 - 20 Aug 2019 16:45 #212396 by Gadget
Brilliant, annoying buzzer has been silenced! :cheer:

Have added the info to the wiki
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05 Sep 2019 15:04 #213170 by CC Baxter
Just a quick update on the drivers side seat belt alarm. I left it last time with the seat heater not working. All resolved now.
I took the seat out for a good rummage around. Disconnect the 4 pin white and the yellow SRS plugs. Torx 40 for the four seat bolts and pop the seat out.

Always be careful with airbag wiring, just think of the system as an unexploded bomb
and your on the right track. Pic1 shows the thumb slider on the SRS connector. Pic2 is the seat belt alarm plug to pull, pic3 is the end result.
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05 Sep 2019 16:01 #213171 by Lambert
Err. Won't that invalidate your warranty and any insurance claims you might make? The srs system is there for a good reason.

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05 Sep 2019 16:15 #213173 by CC Baxter
Sorry Lambert for vague and incomplete description. The SRS plug ( and adjacent 4pin white plug) are reconnected when you put the seat back in. Airbags all work as they should. The seat belt reminder is classed as a convenience feature and a known free for all to disable. Hope this clarifies things a bit.
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05 Sep 2019 17:10 #213175 by yakuza
New regulation here in Norway this year on the MOT is to test these safety features. Also new now is an alarm for the rear seat on new cars from next year. I have no idea yet if these are Norwegian rules or if we got them from the EU. Here the MOT is called "EU check up".
We are not a member but still most rules apply. Outside we do not have a vote though..

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05 Sep 2019 17:47 #213177 by CC Baxter
Crikey, I can't wait to post "Auto off - collision warning". Let's see what reaction that gets.
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06 Sep 2019 04:06 #213183 by Lambert

CC Baxter wrote: Sorry Lambert for vague and incomplete description. The SRS plug ( and adjacent 4pin white plug) are reconnected when you put the seat back in. Airbags all work as they should. The seat belt reminder is classed as a convenience feature and a known free for all to disable. Hope this clarifies things a bit.
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Ok. Its just it read like you were disconnecting the srs permanently.

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