74 corvette seatbelt warning system

by Paul Freeman
(Brisbane Australia)

I have replaced the seatbelts in my 74 corvette and want to disarm the seatbelt warning system ,light on dash and buzzer. Is there a way I can do this easily without removing the loom?

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Dec 18, 2011
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Easy on a 75 vette
by: Anonymous

If the wiring is the same, which I am guessing it is, just get a short piece of wire. Under the rear portion of the center console by the E-brake is the connection where the seat belt wires connect. Disconnect the seat belt harness, take the short piece of wire and cross the two wires leading to the front of the car. Leave the seat belt harness disconnected and the wires crossed and the light will go off and the warning bell will be silenced.

Aug 05, 2011
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Maybe
by: Anonymus

Not really something lots of people will admit to but if a switch is needed to turn on a light it usually works on the ground side. The fix would be to locate the circuit near the device if you know what I mean. Unplugging it or shorting it to ground may work! Perform at your own risk!

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