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    Disable seat belt chime - 2014 Audi Q5 TDI

    I posted this as an addition to previous question Re: remote window open/close, but likely - it did not get much attention there.

    Now - the next subject - seatbelt chime. Again, I did not find this feature anywhere in the menus of VagCom. I had tried in Instruments, Centr. Electric, Comfort/Convenience. There is no option for that. I do have washer fluid, brake pad chimes, but not the seatbelt. Also, I am interested in removing the dashboard icon for the seatbelt, as well, if at all possible

    If needed, I will repost here my AutoScan.

    Thanks!

    Millen

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    Nobody has any idea

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    Assuming this is the Auto-Scan of the car you're talking about...

    [Select]
    [17-Instruments]
    [Coding]
    [Long Coding Helper]

    There should be a drop-down selection in byte 0, with the following selections:

    Seat Belt Warning inactive
    Seat Belt Warning North American Region (NAR) active
    Seat Belt Warning Rest of World (RoW) active

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    Yessir . Thanks!

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    Unless someone happens to have the same car you do and has done the thing you're looking to do, checking what's possible and and how to do it is much easier if we can see what the car is made of. So as a general rule, if you start a new thread looking for a specific thing, please include an Auto-Scan, or at least a link to an Auto-Scan you've previously posted somewhere else. Yes, people can look at your post history (as I did) in the hope that you've already posted one in another thread, but I don't think it's fair to expect them to do that.

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    Yup! I should have copied the scan from 2 days ago.

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