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Door chime disconnect

A friend has a 95 Ranger...4 cyl...stick. He says the chimes(any and all) are really annoying him and wants to know how to disconnect them. Can anyone help with this?
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welcome...

What crime... seatbelt..
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ive heard when people disconnect it they have some type of air bag light come on..just put the seatbelt on....
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cut the wire, it under the dash somewhere. Although you wont know if you left your lights on. I dont think the seatbelt chimed back in 95
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He said he's willing to pay to have it disconnected. I know it's wrong and foolish but he really hates it. He wears a hearing aid;maybe that's why it seems so harsh to him.

What's kind of ironic is that I just paid over $100 for a harness to replace my stock radio with a Pioneer deck. It has the chime electronics incorporated into it (03 and newer appl) . The older conversion harness was only about $25.

Thanks for the replies so far.
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Door chime or seatbelt chime?
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He wears a hearing aid;maybe that's why it seems so harsh to him.
I wear them to...
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I think he wants anything that'll activate them to be disconnected.
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I think he wants anything that'll activate them to be disconnected.

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Door chime or seatbelt chime?
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Well, everyone is talking about the seatbelt and the thread subject is DOOR chime disconnect
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I guess I should've not included the word "door" in the thread title.
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Anyone else...should I just locate it under the dash and pull the wire?
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