So why hasn't anyone suggested to close the wire circuit for the switch in the belt mech?
(There are 2 wires leading to the belt fastener (Most likely requiring a closed connection... not a grounding connection to the chassis other wise 1 wire would be all that's needed )I think it tests for shorts to ground.
(Wouldn't leaving the belt always fastened or using a "fake" not do the same thing? How would the computer know the difference? There wouldn't be any warning for that as well.)Also people want to silence the annoying notification chime, not circumvent the warning itself.
Personally not a fan of disabling the whole thing.
That little switch seems to be tied into other stuff like the handbrake release etc now..
Dealers should just disable the chime when asked. As was the case previously.
Disabling it used to add another menu item in the set-up to re-enable it.