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post #1 of 28 Old 12-04-2010, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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Seat belt chime

I know on certain cars you used to be able to put a sequence in of plugging and unplugging the seatbelt and turning the car on and off to make that annoying beeping stop. I cant find anything in the manual and I was curious does anyone know of anything like this for the camaro?
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post #3 of 28 Old 12-04-2010, 08:42 PM
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Haven't heard anything about it other then putting the seatbelt on.

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I know on certain cars you used to be able to put a sequence in of plugging and unplugging the seatbelt and turning the car on and off to make that annoying beeping stop. I cant find anything in the manual and I was curious does anyone know of anything like this for the camaro?
I did that on my Ford. Not because I drive w/out a seat belt (I always wear one).
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Haven't heard anything about it other then putting the seatbelt on.

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post #6 of 28 Old 12-05-2010, 10:31 PM
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Wear your seatbelt...it's as simple as that. Coming from the person that survived this:



I would listen to me. It doesn't matter if you're driving the speed limit, following all of the laws all it takes is one person that isn't paying attention, drunk, or under the influence of drugs and you'll end up with life threatening injuries. Put it on and live...When the person who cut you out of the car said the first thought in their mind was if I didn't have my seat belt on I was dead it really changes your perspective on things.


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post #7 of 28 Old 12-05-2010, 10:50 PM
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Excuse me for saying this but this is a STUPID POST.


Wear your Seat Belt for your Sake.


I was in a auto accident back 11 years ago and if it wasnt for the seat belt I wouldnt be here. Before that day ( I wore it for some odd reason that day ) I never wore it and as stated above I put it on just before the accident happened. It woke me up and I opened my eyes when I realized without that Belt I would be dead.

PLease for your sake just wear it.....plus it wont set off that annoying beeping sound.
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You also have to put in mind that my uncle was in a similar car wreck where someone hit him and flipped his car into an oak tree which smashed the driver side of the car. He wasnt wearing his seatbelt and was thrown to the passenger side of the car in his friends lap. The man that cut him out of the car said if you were wearing your seatbelt you wouldnt be here right now. Truely its in gods hands to keep you safe.

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post #9 of 28 Old 12-06-2010, 02:24 AM
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Although you could survive because you were not wearing your seatbelt the odds are that it will be the other way around.

I used to not wear mine until I watched some youtube videos of real crashes inside the car and it looks pretty scary.

That being said. I absolutly hate a car that chimes everytime my belt is not buckled. There are times when it is very annoying. There are times when I am moving my car or this or that and I don't want to hear the thing chime.

besides the normal crash test vids check out this one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcVSQh5MbTo

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Simple fix, wear your seatbelt.

Think the chime is annoying? Beats the hell out of being in a serious accident while you were being too cool to wear it.

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