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I use my seatbelt, however the seatbelt has begun chiming today. and will not stop every 30 seconds or so (for the first couple of minutes driving. Chilton and Hanes - useless books for this. I thought the web would have something on this, but I only see info to disable an already working seatbelt minder. The car is back from $1600 worth of non-related repairs (waterpump, flush, ignition coil replacement and related) as of last night. It is coincidental that this has just occurred, so I am wondering if the wire somewhere along the way was disconnected (most plausible, possibly for additional return service?). Is there any information out there where I can validate the wire connection (where does it come out by the dashboard, etc) Unfortunately there is no information on this wiring harness on the web. I cannot take off another day for this new third issue in 3 days! Seperately, I see the wire for the drivers side belt latch, but I see no wires for the passenger side. How does it monitor the passenger belt?
 

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It doesn't monitor the passengers' side belt. It only monitors yours. The harness is part of the rear electrical system.

You can bypass the warning light, but it was a crazy chain of events to do. Anybody have a 2000+ manual handy? Mine is at the shop. It tells you how to do it........
 

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Thanks. I know there is a disable feature, but that requires the sytem getting a series of click/ unclicking of the belt, which my car will not registrer b/c of the disconnect in the circuit. I am hoping to just have the issue corrected and I am sure it is just a loose connection somewhere. I currently have it scheduled for service next week for this issue, but that is a major pain b/c I need the car and am frustrated with multiple trips that result from an initial service visit. If they do not fess up that it is b/c of there service previous service from this week, this issue will end up costing $$$ for a simple circuit issue.
 
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