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Old March 9th 05, 10:32 PM
regigi
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Default seat belt moduel

what does one look like? and can i do it myself?, I know it is located
under the e-brake.

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Old March 10th 05, 03:29 AM
A A
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I have a 94 SL1. I found that annoying noise making piece of crap under
the AC/Heater controller. It's light blue in color. When it's
unplugged, you will disable the chimes for the seat belt reminder, key
left in the ignition, and the seat belt dash light. My module still
works, at least untill a find a sledgehammer!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old March 10th 05, 07:56 AM
Lane
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I think that he may be referring to the module that controls the power seat
belts on the early Saturns, and that one is under the center console, right
where you'd put your drink (before there were cupholders). It's an easy job
to swap it. I recall only 4 screws to allow you to raise the console enough
to get in there and yank it out.

If anyone needs a module, let me know as I have an extra that I'd sell for a
reasonable price (and about 1/10th of what it would be at a Saturn
retailer's pars department).

Lane [ lane (at) evilplastic.com ]
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"A A" > wrote in message
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> I have a 94 SL1. I found that annoying noise making piece of crap under
> the AC/Heater controller. It's light blue in color. When it's
> unplugged, you will disable the chimes for the seat belt reminder, key
> left in the ignition, and the seat belt dash light. My module still
> works, at least untill a find a sledgehammer!!!!!!!!!!!!
>



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Old March 10th 05, 02:32 PM
Ron Herfurth
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Just for reference, up through 94 they had power shoulder belts but no cup
holders, starting in 95 they had manual/combination NON powered
seat&shoulder belts and LOTS of cup holders. (also starting in 95 they had a
passenger side air bag and came in green, but I digress)

ron herfurth
a still bitter 94 owner



"Lane" > wrote in message
...
> I think that he may be referring to the module that controls the power

seat
> belts on the early Saturns, and that one is under the center console,

right
> where you'd put your drink (before there were cupholders). It's an easy

job
> to swap it. I recall only 4 screws to allow you to raise the console

enough
> to get in there and yank it out.
>
> If anyone needs a module, let me know as I have an extra that I'd sell for

a
> reasonable price (and about 1/10th of what it would be at a Saturn
> retailer's pars department).
>
> Lane [ lane (at) evilplastic.com ]
> ---
> Visit my Saturn Car Audio and Performance Page at

http://www.evilplastic.com
>
>
>
> "A A" > wrote in message
> ...
> > I have a 94 SL1. I found that annoying noise making piece of crap under
> > the AC/Heater controller. It's light blue in color. When it's
> > unplugged, you will disable the chimes for the seat belt reminder, key
> > left in the ignition, and the seat belt dash light. My module still
> > works, at least untill a find a sledgehammer!!!!!!!!!!!!
> >

>
>



 




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