Glad to be of use.packpackpack said:You offer a great resource to the original poster in this thread.
Then I guess the original poster should be thanked for providing you some sort of entertainment. Also, I can see how the blurb on getting this shut off by the dealer could be missed in the manual. Of course, if people would read over the manual like you to come up with your own original resourceful answer and then act like a smartass, there would be no resource here at all. Just 'entertainment'. :roll:BMM3 said:Glad to be of use.packpackpack said:You offer a great resource to the original poster in this thread.
If people would just read over their manuals, like I did to give my original, resourceful answer, most, if not all, of their questions would be answered. Besides, I view messageboards more as entertainment than a rescource.
Let's say you're dropping your friend off to a bank machine to pick up some cash.. do you shut off your car while waiting.. or you would let the car idle for few minutes while enjoying your favourite music in the car WITH YOUR SEATBELT FASTENED??dk0280 said:i don't see why people don't just buckle their seat belts...
is it so annoying that someone would rather not buckle it at the risk even more serious injury if involved in an accident? i just don't get it.
For sure i'm gonna ask my service dept to take it away.. something i wanna give back to them.. no thank you...packpackpack said:Agreed. It's too intrusive and annoying. My first free oilchange at my dealer, it's going away.
Yup, but that wouldn't help those of us, seemingly a majority, that have 5 speed manuals. I would think once is enough, no matter what.2k1_bug said:For sure i'm gonna ask my service dept to take it away.. something i wanna give back to them.. no thank you...packpackpack said:Agreed. It's too intrusive and annoying. My first free oilchange at my dealer, it's going away.
i timed it today.. it repeats every 30 seconds.. maybe just enough time for you to close your windows and sunroof after you park your car.. before it beeps again!
If Mazda was smart enough.. should have programmed it so it's automatically turned off once you put it in "P".. means i'm NOT DRIVING SO I WANNA UNBUCKLE MY SEATBELT PLEASE!
But for those of us who want to wear the seatbelt 'most' of the time, that's a hassle. I'm better off having the reminder turned off by the dealer.grooverider said:I'm going to find an MZ3 at the dealer and steal a sealtbelt clip and put it in there..just the clip...I don't recommend doing this but if the dealer can't fix it I will resort to this LOL..I hate that beeping.