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Even after putting my seatbelt on the Venue still chimes at me for seatbelt, for...way to long, am i being punished after already putting it on or something? If I'm in a plaza trolling between stores for example, very annoying.

I'm not sure how long it dings but long enough i've stopped and put the car in park every time because it will not stop.
 

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I've never had an issue with the seat belt chime. If something is sitting on the passenger seat, it could be chiming because the occupancy sensor thinks there is a passenger not belted in. Could also be an issue with the driver seat belt buckle switch. I'm not sure if there could be an impact on air bag operation, perhaps you should report it to the dealer.
 

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I've never had an issue with the seat belt chime. If something is sitting on the passenger seat, it could be chiming because the occupancy sensor thinks there is a passenger not belted in. Could also be an issue with the driver seat belt buckle switch. I'm not sure if there could be an impact on air bag operation, perhaps you should report it to the dealer.
I had the passenger seat belt chime go off now and then when I had a 1973 Vette especially when I went to the grocery store because there wasn't too many places I could put the groceries other than on the passenger seat so I had to engage the seat belt which would help keep the grocery bags in place. 馃ぃ
 

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馃 I think I'm just going to go to a scrap yard and cut a couple buckle clips out, use them to stop any dinging while shopping etc
My cousin did that on his 70's vintage Monte Carlo, back in the day. However, it was because the car would not start unless the seatbelt was buckled. He was an engineer, so he drew up the belt end and had the machine shop make a couple for him.
 

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Get one of those seatbelt disablers/extenders.

Goodbye seatbelt alarm.

Might be a car problem if it still goes off so take it to a dealer to fix.
I've been thinking of getting one of these just so I could connect my seat belt easier because especially when I have a bulky coat on like during winter I have the extra clothing material to get around at the belt connector which is low between the seat and consul makes connecting awkward.
 

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Get one of those seatbelt disablers/extenders.

Goodbye seatbelt alarm.

Might be a car problem if it still goes off so take it to a dealer to fix.
read about these when i was looking for solutions, they are pretty cheap so might be the move.

not sure there's anything wrong with it. i'll have to test and let it ding away next time instead of stopping driving, see how long it goes on for
 
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