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Forester 2006, the buzzer has to go


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#1 eastwestboy

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 08:31 PM

Forester 2006, the buzzer has to go, no matter what. Under the steering wheel behind the plastic, I found a black box about 2 x 2 x 1”. There were 2 connectors to it, when I unplug one, the buzzer is gone, but so are all the indicator lights. The other plug, I don’t know, nothing happened, however I wasn’t driving with it unplugged. This box is plastic, I removed it and tried to open it, no success. I could hacksaw it, but what would be the next step? I deactivated the buzzer with several Subs of MY90-99, but this one is tougher. The fast plug/unplug of the buckle does not work on mine, I tried it many times. ( With instructions of this forum)
Note: Me and all the family always wear the seatbelt, always, always. And we had had the safety talk here already, as far as I remember.

Thanks a lot

#2 nipper

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 08:52 PM

Which indicator lights?

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