Below is a video on how to disable a Subaru seat belt alarm/ chime.
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Today we will be showing you how to disable the Subaru seat belt alarm/ constant chime. First off let me say I am NOT promoting not wearing your seat belt in most states it’s a law anyway. I am just showing you how to stop the constant seat belt chime for whatever your reason maybe.
Well first start by sitting in the car in the driver’s seat.
Next put the key into the ignition and start the car. It helps to start the next step before the gauges do there sweep and while the seat belt chime is going. You will need to take the seat belt and clip it into the holder fully and release it 20 times within 30 seconds. Once you have finished that step shut the car off and remove the key.
After 30 seconds with car turned off we can put the key in and start the car again. It will do the first round of beeping and flashing of the light and if you did it correctly and within that time frame it will stop after the first set.
If you would to turn the seat belt chime back on you can disconnect the battery for a few minutes and reconnect it or your local dealer can turn it back on for you. They can also disable it for you but they most likely will charge you and most dealers don’t like to disable it.
That’s it we have just showed you how to disable or turn off your Subaru’s constant seat belt chime/ warning light.
Note* It seems some of the 2017 models if you do this to disable the seat belt chime it will make the cruise control not work. So if your set on not hearing the seat belt chime or wearing your seat belt your option would be to buy a car safety seat belt buckle clip.