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Seat Belt Chime.... ISF

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I'm going to kill myself if I don't get this thing shut off.

I tried the DIY's I found online on all the forums, they don't work.
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They definitely do work! Let me see if I can find the one that worked for me. And yeah, it's super annoying.
1-With engine running, make sure odometer is displaying total miles (not trip A or B)

2-Turn off car

3-Push the start button twice.. (Do Not press pedal)

As soon as the gauges begin cycling:

4-Press and hold the trip button for 20 seconds.
5-After 20 seconds, click and fasten your drivers seat belt.. still holding the trip button down.

A selection will appear in the ODO section that says "B-ON" or "B-OFF".
Press the trip button till it reads B-OFF.

This should disable both the driver and passenger seat belt chimes.
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^Also apply to 2011 model? I will try it out tonight
1-With engine running, make sure odometer is displaying total miles (not trip A or B)

2-Turn off car

3-Push the start button twice.. (Do Not press pedal)

As soon as the gauges begin cycling:

4-Press and hold the trip button for 20 seconds.
5-After 20 seconds, click and fasten your drivers seat belt.. still holding the trip button down.

A selection will appear in the ODO section that says "B-ON" or "B-OFF".
Press the trip button till it reads B-OFF.

This should disable both the driver and passenger seat belt chimes.

Matt,

This is the one I've been trying... did it 4 times in a row. Gonna go outside and try it again.

I'm in Canada if that makes a difference?
This one works for the Euro spec 2IS including the IS-F :

-Make sure no seat belt is attached
-Press the start button twice without pressing the brake pedal (engine off)
-Make sure odometer is displaying total miles (not trip A or B)
-Switch off the car
-Press the start button twice without pressing the brake pedal (engine off)
=> As soon as the gauges begin cycling push the trip button and after 20 seconds click and fasten your drivers seat belt still holding the trip button down.
-After 30 seconds a selection will appear in the ODO section that says "B-ON" or "B-OFF".
-Press the trip button till it reads B-OFF.
Gonna give it a shot too.
1-With engine running, make sure odometer is displaying total miles (not trip A or B)

2-Turn off car

3-Push the start button twice.. (Do Not press pedal)

As soon as the gauges begin cycling:

4-Press and hold the trip button for 20 seconds.
5-After 20 seconds, click and fasten your drivers seat belt.. still holding the trip button down.

A selection will appear in the ODO section that says "B-ON" or "B-OFF".
Press the trip button till it reads B-OFF.

This should disable both the driver and passenger seat belt chimes.
Just did mine...worked as stated
This one works for the Euro spec 2IS including the IS-F :

-Make sure no seat belt is attached
-Press the start button twice without pressing the brake pedal (engine off)
-Make sure odometer is displaying total miles (not trip A or B)
-Switch off the car
-Press the start button twice without pressing the brake pedal (engine off)
=> As soon as the gauges begin cycling push the trip button and after 20 seconds click and fasten your drivers seat belt still holding the trip button down.
-After 30 seconds a selection will appear in the ODO section that says "B-ON" or "B-OFF".
-Press the trip button till it reads B-OFF.
I did this one... and it worked.

I love the internet.
I did this one... and it worked.

I love the internet.
I love forums! :D
It works, it works. Love it. Thanks for the info. I thought the only way to do that was to bring it back to the dealer.
I am glad I could help :)
worked for me as well (2011 ISF)!! :) yay!!!
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