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Old 08-28-2007, 08:35 AM
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Where is the bonger? The seatbelt/light bonger?

Well, since I had faulty seatbelts, I'm pretty sure the bonger was going off so much that someone just cut the wiring, because it never bongs when I leave my lights on. Where is it located, so I can rewire it once my seatbelts get fixed?
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Unplug the sensor underneath the front seats and/or unplug the indicator that is on top of the rearview mirror.

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I think you misunderstood. It currently does NOT bong, but I want it to, because it's unplugged and it does not bong when I leave my lights on.
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I think you misunderstood. It currently does NOT bong, but I want it to, because it's unplugged and it does not bong when I leave my lights on.
Oh that's my bad...i think was sipping on that Marijuana gin again


...look underneath your seat if you haven't already.
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I was wondering what was going on because the seatbelts have a very annoying buzzer. My signal for the lights being left on when the switch is shut off doesn't work either. Let me know if you find it, I'd like to try and fix mine as well. Thanks
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It's my guess that both systems use the same bonger.
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No, actually, the, "I left my lights on" dinger/bonger is actually somewhere behind the coin tray on the drivers side...
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what?? i dont understand
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... I'm not really suprised, based on your response in this thread:

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