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Disable seat belt chimes on an LR2

I have a 2008 LR2 and would like to disable the seat belt chimes. I live on a short dead end street in the country and have to drive to the mailbox and to the end of our road for the bus and it's annoying to listen to the chimes. I do wear my seatbelt all other times but for these short trips would be nice to not have to. Does anyone know if there is a way to disable them? I can in all my other vehicles.
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There's already a discussion about this here: http://www.landroversonly.com/forums...t-chime-54674/

Short answer: nothing you can do about it, apparently.


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Of course it's feasable.
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Disable seat belt chimes on an LR2

I have an 08 LR2, insert your FOB, foot off of the brake press the start button. (not to start just to turn on the ECM) Put the seat belt in 9 times then power off the truck and you will hear a beep. Done deal!
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I have an 08 LR2, insert your FOB, foot off of the brake press the start button. (not to start just to turn on the ECM) Put the seat belt in 9 times then power off the truck and you will hear a beep. Done deal!
Wow you are amazing it works thank you thank you thank you
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