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I'm changing to a harness and would like to know where to plug the override plug in. Is it located under the console towards the back?
 

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Remove the driver seat base, it’s on the side of the seatbelt Just unplug the factory one and plug in the bypass.
 

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Here’s why everyone needs one. Loading machine on trailer is obvious. What happened to me today was the driver side seatbelt locked and I could not pull it out to fasten it. Three hours later was finally able to get it out, had some mud and rock in it. Imagine on the trail if that happened and you had to limp home or to the next safe stop in seatbelt nag limit mode.

I always wear my seatbelt I don’t need an electronic reminder that limits the throttle.

(I’m still on the fence about the low power mode switch. That’s bitten me twice.)
 

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Why do people put the seatbelt override plug in when putting in harnesses? Are you planning to put your seatbelt back someday? I almost kind of get it if you don’t have harnesses and just want it for putting around your property without your seatbelt on but why not just cut the wires, splice them together and cap them off? It’s basically free and takes about 30 seconds.
 

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Good point. All the override plug is, is a jumper wire. What he’s saying is why buy a plug for sometimes $30 (I paid $10) when all you gotta do is connect the wires.
 
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Why do people put the seatbelt override plug in when putting in harnesses? Are you planning to put your seatbelt back someday? I almost kind of get it if you don’t have harnesses and just want it for putting around your property without your seatbelt on but why not just cut the wires, splice them together and cap them off? It’s basically free and takes about 30 seconds.
That’s exactly what I did. I just cut them long enough I can put them back to stock if I decided there was a need to.
 

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I get the hassle of the seat belt having to be plugged in. I took the four screws out of the seat belt latch and folded over the switch spring. It took 5 minutes and didn’t cost a dime.
 
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