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seat belt warning buzzer

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by jamhot, Mar 25, 2012.

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    any one know how i can turn this off as i dont wear a belt due to back problems ??? cheers.
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    simples, pull the passengers belt out and plug it into the drivers buckle. sorted. i do this all the time at work when test driving cars.

    or if youve got a passenger then go to a scrap yard and cut a catch off a belt to plug into the buckle.
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    I never hear any buzzer in my S3? Is it speed related?
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    Turn it off with vcds....
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    hmmm, didnt know you could code it out, learn sumurt new everyday!

    those are the options then.
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    whats vcds? also how do i get the engine cover off the top of the engine to get to the air filter ?
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    [Mar 25, 2012]
    VCDS is the software tool used to alter / check virtually all electrical systems in VW's, Skoda's, Audi's, Seat's etc

    I have my passenger seatbelt warning disabled for my dog when he's in his harness and will have mine disabled whilst driving on site.

    Don't really understand how a seatbelt can irritate a back prob. My dad is severely disabled due to a crumbling spine yet still manages to wear a belt. I'd rather be slightly uncomfy than risk my life not wearing a belt.

    Just my opinion, don't wish to insult or offend anyone.
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