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Deluxe interior dash cover
#1
Hello, I have a deluxe interior dash cover that has the seat belt reminder, I'm looking for one that doesn't have the seat belt light.


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You need one from a 1971 car.
72-73 all had the belt reminder

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imusa76;162963 Wrote:You need one from a 1971 car.
72-73 all had the belt reminder

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I have an early '72 (actually manufactured on Oct. 26, 1971) that does not have the light in it.
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That is correct, in early January 72 is when they all have the seat belt light.

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I think that I read somewhere that the law changed effective 1/1/72 and that all cars produced after that date had to have it.

Jeff

imusa76;162965 Wrote:That is correct, in early January 72 is when they all have the seat belt light.

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NitrousVa;162957 Wrote:Hello, I have a deluxe interior dash cover that has the seat belt reminder, I'm looking for one that doesn't have the seat belt light.

I have new ones
might have a used ones but they usually have faded chrome issues

Don

Item #FM-BI009BR
71 DASH TRIM PANEL, DELUXE
Black camera case finish with chrome trim. Without Fasten Seat Belt cut out. Reproduction. Right hand dash glove box door surround. Price: $69.95
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#7
how exactly do those things work? do they just stay on? or is there a sensor of some kind??
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kidwithfastback=fast;162972 Wrote:how exactly do those things work? do they just stay on? or is there a sensor of some kind??

There are sensors that detect if your seat belt is buckled if there is weight on the seat. Besides the light, there is an annoying buzzer, like the ignition key buzzer, that buzzes too.
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OLE PONY;162973 Wrote:
kidwithfastback=fast;162972 Wrote:how exactly do those things work? do they just stay on? or is there a sensor of some kind??

There are sensors that detect if your seat belt is buckled if there is weight on the seat. Besides the light, there is an annoying buzzer, like the ignition key buzzer, that buzzes too.

Glad I have a 71 for that reason alone
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#10
Better a buzzer than a starter kill. My 74 had a seat pressure switch combined with a switch assembly under the hood that prevented the car from starting unless the seat belt was used.
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