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Yes, I know someone else (not a Titan) that has the car constantly arguing about "putting on" a seat belt or "you're leaving a child behind" from a case of soda in the seat "indicating" occupancy. I am soooo sick of 'Nanny Everything'.
 

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We live is a little town (57 people in the winter) and have to drive to the post office (1 mile on a deserted road) and visit neighbors and would love to eliminated the seat belt alarm. Heard of a simple way to do that?
 

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Console side of both driver seat and passenger is a tiny little 2 wire white seat belt sensor plug. Unplug and tuck away. Multiple members on here have done, including me.
 

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Console side of both driver seat and passenger is a tiny little 2 wire white seat belt sensor plug. Unplug and tuck away. Multiple members on here have done, including me.
I just looked. Lots of sensor plugs. Consoled side is not the door side, right?
On the drivers side floor, near the door, is a group of sensors plugs. There?
Easiest to access from front or back?
Color, if you remember.
Would love to do this.
 

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Mine did that till the salesman told me what causes it also make sure you only have 1 key fob with you in your truck if you carry more than one like the spare that will cause issues as well.
 

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I just looked. Lots of sensor plugs. Consoled side is not the door side, right?
On the drivers side floor, near the door, is a group of sensors plugs. There?
Easiest to access from front or back?
Color, if you remember.
Would love to do this.
It’s on the side of the seat belt buckle. Follow the buckle down between the seat and the console and you will find a small white plug. It’s very tight and on the passenger side mine was under a leather flap of the seat cover. Just do as I say. Follow the seat belt buckle Down between the seat and the console and you will find it.
 

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Mine did that till the salesman told me what causes it also make sure you only have 1 key fob with you in your truck if you carry more than one like the spare that will cause issues as well.
What types of issues are you referring to?

We just did a 2,400 mile road trip with two key fobs in the truck. My wife always carries a spare in her purse just in case I lose the primary fob. We had no issues...
 

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It’s on the side of the seat belt buckle. Follow the buckle down between the seat and the console and you will find a small white plug. It’s very tight and on the passenger side mine was under a leather flap of the seat cover. Just do as I say. Follow the seat belt buckle Down between the seat and the console and you will find it.
This was wonderful. Difficult to get to and can't imagine putting them back together.
Worked just great. we live in a little, little town and drive 1 mile on a deserted road to get mail. Makes this trip much better.
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