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  1. Soul Problems (Gen 2)
    So my seatbelt sensor chime keeps popping off every two minutes even though all of my seatbelts are buckled in, I have a 2017 Kia soul please somebody let me know how the heck I can disable this! (and don’t tell me a seatbelt extender because that will not work, my seatbelt is literally plugged...
  2. Soul Problems (Gen 2)
    Since about 1965 or so, this has not been a problem in the many, many vehicles I have owned: Souls we owned: 2011, 2014, 2016 Front seat belts have consistently been extremely sluggish returning to the coiled / ready position. I have to be careful to look back to the door to check...
  3. Soul General Discussion (Gen 1)
    Hi everyone- quick question, is there supposed to be a seatbelt warning chime for the passenger seat? In my vehicle, there is a chime for the drivers seatbelt, but not for the passenger; my wife often complains about it when I point out that she hasn't been wearing her seatbelt while we are...
  4. Soul Problems (Gen 1)
    hello all ,was wondering if there was a trick to get it to wind back up or if I had to get a new one,also the bumper has a slight gap between where it meets the fender by the headlight above the wheel, is this adjustable if I take the bumper off ,any help would be appriciated Thanks
  5. Aftermarket modifications (Gen 1)
    Forgive me if I am posting in the wrong place. 1st, I know that I should ALWAYS wear my seat belt!! But that chime can get rather irritating just backing out of the driveway. Is there any way I can disable this? I saw a forum where someone said that there is an electrical connector under the...
  6. For sale / Trade / Wanted
    If anyone has one from a scrapped car or knows where to get one, let me know. Thanks
  7. Soul Problems (Gen 1)
    Anyone else out there experiencing annoying rattling of the seatbelts in the retracted position?
  8. Soul General Discussion (Gen 1)
    A while back, somebody had mentioned about wanting to silence this warning. Here's a link to a product you can buy to plug into the seatbelt receiver.