I disabled the annoying chime that sounds when the the driver's seat\nbelt is unfastened. It required a T10 torx screwdriver to remove the 2\nscrews holding the cover on the seat belt buckle receptacle. There are\n2 wires, one blue and one yellow, that are soldered onto a small piece\nof circuit board held in place in the cover. There are 2 circuit\ntraces on the board and a sliding jumper. When the seat belt is\ninserted, the jumper is pushed back to where it no longer shorts the\nblue and yellow wires together. When the seat belt is unfastened, the\njumper slides forward and shorts the wires together. The annoying\nwarning chime sounds when the blue and yellow wires are shorted. All\nyou need to do is snip one of the wires with a set of dykes. There is\nanother pair of wires going to another sensor in the seat belt\nreceptacle. These are buried in the receptacle, unlike the blue and\nyellow wires which are in the cover of the receptacle. They are\npresumably utilized by the air bag system, and shouldn't be cut. The\nblue and yellow wires in the cover only serve to provide the annoying\nchime whenever you unfasten your seat belt and can be safely snipped.