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    Glad Google found this thread for me.

    Here's why I want to disable that damn annoying chime.

    I frequently travel with something (non-organic) sitting in the passenger seat that weighs enough to trigger the "there's an organic being sitting in the seat" circuit. Thus I have to drive with the chime. I hope this actually works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cenotaph View Post
    Glad Google found this thread for me.

    Here's why I want to disable that damn annoying chime.

    I frequently travel with something (non-organic) sitting in the passenger seat that weighs enough to trigger the "there's an organic being sitting in the seat" circuit. Thus I have to drive with the chime. I hope this actually works.
    I hope it works too. lol

    Why don't you just get a cargo net for your trunk? Instead of storing whatever it is in your passenger seat, it's secured in the cargo net, and there's no annoying chime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cenotaph View Post
    Glad Google found this thread for me.

    Here's why I want to disable that damn annoying chime.

    I frequently travel with something (non-organic) sitting in the passenger seat that weighs enough to trigger the "there's an organic being sitting in the seat" circuit. Thus I have to drive with the chime. I hope this actually works.
    What about fastening the unused belt?
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    That's too simple mazdadude. Ed

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    LOL gotta love the internet judgement here. "It's for safety, I hope you die." "How about you put your junk somewhere besides the seat?"

    People.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fdew View Post
    The OP said "We always wear our seat belts" so no problem.
    Only because they haven't figured out how to disable the warning yet. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmhumr View Post
    LOL gotta love the internet judgement here. "It's for safety, I hope you die." "How about you put your junk somewhere besides the seat?"

    People.
    And what's the problem with suggesting that the OP put his cargo in the trunk? That's where cargo typically goes.

    Do you have a suggestion for the OP, or are you just here to chirp and pass judgement yourself?
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    I'm sure there's a circuit closed when the seat belt is fastened into the buckle. You could probably find a wiring harness coming off the buckle, tap into a couple of wires and place a switch somewhere that would close that circuit when you don't want to hear the chime. Just an idea, although I personally would never do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sm1ke View Post
    And what's the problem with suggesting that the OP put his cargo in the trunk? That's where cargo typically goes.

    Do you have a suggestion for the OP, or are you just here to chirp and pass judgement yourself?
    You donít think the OP knows his car has a trunk, or that trunk store things? Thereís no reason to question his intelligence or his need to use the front seat.

    FWIW I agree with the suggestion buckle the seatbelt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmhumr View Post
    You don*t think the OP knows his car has a trunk, or that trunk store things? There*s no reason to question his intelligence or his need to use the front seat.
    I make no assumptions on behalf of the OP. He never said anything about the trunk being full or provided any more information about why it has to be in the front seat, thus the rational suggestion to put it in the trunk. I never made any remarks about his intelligence (as others have before me).

    Instead, you chose to frame my suggestion in the negative way you inferred it.
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    There is also the issue that whatever's on the front seat will defy gravity in a collision and possibly injure the driver? A risk worth taking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmhumr View Post
    LOL gotta love the internet judgement here. "It's for safety, I hope you die." "How about you put your junk somewhere besides the seat?"

    People.
    Who said *I hope you die*?

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    The weight sensor in the passenger seat of my '16 CX-5 has become abnormally sensitive. Even an iPhone laying on the seat will sometimes trigger the irritating chimes. This is something that has started only recently. Any idea of what's going on and how to fix it?

    Quote Originally Posted by cenotaph View Post
    I frequently travel with something (non-organic) sitting in the passenger seat that weighs enough to trigger the "there's an organic being sitting in the seat" circuit. Thus I have to drive with the chime. I hope this actually works.

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    mraub1 My weight sensor on a 16 CX-5 GT has also gotten sensitive, recently with nothing on the seat it goes on and off. I am wondering if I can unplug the sensor...

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