[E-Type] Series III seat belt warning disconnect question

Hello Folks,

My manual doesn't reference the seat belt warning wiring in the wiring diagram. I want to  disconnect it as it occasionally goes off even though the seat belt being used. The archives mention that is may be connected to the ignition circuit which I want to avoid compromising. Can someone advise me where to disconnect it? In don't mind not having the buzzer work at all.

Many thanks

Wes Keyes
York, Maine______________________________________________________
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In reply to a message from Weston Keyes sent Mon 1 Dec 2008:

For 1974, it feeds from a purple wire on the same fuseblock as
feeds the main light switch and ends at the purple/black wire which
looks to be tacked onto the ignition switch and steering lock as an
afterthought. I presume the latter is the earth return.–
dogdog
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Weston,
There is a wiring diagram on xked.com that includes the SBW system.
Should be plenty of info there to disconnect/connect what you want and
don’t want.
http://www.xkedata.com/resources/read/?id=11
pauls 67ots

Hello Folks=2C

My manual doesn’t reference the seat belt warning wiring in the wiring =
diagram. I want to disconnect it as it occasionally goes off even though t=
he seat belt being used. The archives mention that is may be connected to t=
he ignition circuit which I want to avoid compromising. Can someone advise =
me where to disconnect it? In don’t mind not having the buzzer work at all.

Many thanks
<<<<<<<<<<From: Weston Keyes westonkeyes@hotmail.com
Subject: [E-Type] Series III seat belt warning disconnect question


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In reply to a message from paul spurlock sent Mon 1 Dec 2008:

Thanks for posting that Paul - I have described the door buzzer
circuit and not the seat belt buzzer circuit as Weston asked for.–
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In reply to a message from Weston Keyes sent Mon 1 Dec 2008:

Wes, Seat Belt Warning system…see ROM 86.65.00. the wiring
diagram is shown here , and NOT in the wiring diagram.the
circuit is fed by W and N/Y.If you wish for a pic of this
then pm me.–
The original message included these comments:

Hello Folks,
My manual doesn’t reference the seat belt warning wiring in the wiring diagram. I want to disconnect it as it occasionally goes off even though the seat belt being used. The archives mention that is may be connected to the ignition circuit which I want to avoid compromising. Can someone advise me where to disconnect it? In don’t mind not having the buzzer work at all.
Wes Keyes
York, Maine


John M Holmes 1973 E Type SIII Supra 5-Speed, 1970 SII OTS
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
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