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Safety feature. Either shut the door or put seat belt on or as I did in my old truck... I took the two wires coming into seatbelt latch, skinned them back and twisted them together. Making the truck think seat belt is always latched
2011 3500 SRW MEGA OUTDOORSMAN AUTO 4X4 20s&33s deleted mini max triple gauges blacked out lights painted bed cover center console shifter
Heres the procedure for turning off the seatbelt warning/indicator. Get in the truck and buckle the seat belt. Turn the key to the on position and wait for the buckle seat belt light to turn off. Unbuckle and buckle the seatbelt three times in 10 seconds leaving it buckled the last time. A chime will sound that will let you know that the programming was successful.
This was per one of the owner manuals.
It may or may not work for the backup alarm, I have heard that if you short out the seatbelt signal under the seat it may fix both issues.
2004.5 2500 4x4 QCSB|NV5600|Banks 6-Gun and SL|4" Custom Exhaust|Pusher Mega Intake Horn|Banks Technicooler|Southbend 600 HP SD Clutch|Intake and Amsoil NanoFiber Filter|Silencer Ring MIA|HIDs|Little Bit of Injection
It will freak out in Neutral too. Door open, Neutral (w or w/o E-brake on) , foot off brake = sound and light show. If the motor isn't running it won't do it. Found that out while installing my additional back up lamps. Needed power to the reverse lights so E-brake ON, ignition to ON and R on the dash = No light show but will light the rev lamps. I know this doesn't help if you need to open the door while backing up but it might help if you're looking to avoid a "freak out". If you ride the brake a bit it won't go nuts.
It also freaks out when it "thinks" it's not in Park but is. Sometimes when I put it in Park, and you know it is because you feel the slight roll and stop so you know you are in park but the "INDICATOR" doesn't show anything, gets lost between P and R for some reason. When this happens, you have to put it in R or lower and then back into P and make sure you get the P indicated on the dash, damn electronics. What happened to the old mechanical gear selectors...
Kind of embarassing when your stopping at the mail box and it starts freaking...
Kevin - 2006 2500 Mega Cab Laramie 4x4 48RE. Kore HP, Banks Monster Cat Back, GDP 2 Micron FF, GDP intake and GD, Nitto Trail Grapplers 295/70/17, Smarty Jr, 30% Honed Injectors, DPP Cool Hose.
im pretty sure a dealership can disable the alarm..i am good friends with our local dealership..i can ask them about it
They wont disable a safety feature. They would be liable if anyone got hurt or killed.
They've been doing this since 04.5. I got the safety recall three times and tossed it in the trash three times. I'd rather deal with the parking pawl defect than the damn horn going off! For 05 on up it was already flashed into the computer.
Debadged Deep Molten Red 04.5 2500ST, 325/600, 48 RE, 373's, gauges, Smarty Revo, line-X, Buckstop, Warn 16.5, H2 rims w/315's, EMS hubs...
Has anyone had any experience / success adjusting the sensor for the shift selector that identifies correct gear position? I recently purchased my 06 2500 and it just started having the same issue and has seemed to get worse the last couple days. Any information about correct bracket location / postion would be a major help. - JB
"It is better to be judged by twelve than to be carried by six."
09 3500 QCLB, G56, H&S tuned, dpf mia, CCV gutted, AM gauges, 5k bags, 16k 5er, 21 mpg when I can keep my foot off the skinny pedal.
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