You can simply unplug the round connector from the seat belt interlock
module, discard the module, then connect a jumper from pin #11 to pin #12 (or
cut and splice as you see fit). I did this on my own '74 TR-6 (CF28973) and it
works fine. You can then leave everything else in place, no annoying buzzer to
worry about. Of course the seat-belt light no longer operates, which is no
Hope this helps.
74 1/2 TR-6 - daily driver!
> From: Jim Hardesty <firstname.lastname@example.org>, on 7/6/97 8:16 PM:
> I have a question about removing the control module (seat belt interlock
> and key buzzer) from my late 74 TR6 (CF27582).
> I think I understand what almost everything does. Although I don't
> understand why the control module is so complicated (what's this circut
> board doing in my car?)
> So, can I remove the whole control module simply by connecting #11 to
> Are there any other considerations here?
> Would anyone care to expand on my guesses about how this thing
> 74 TR6 CF27582UO (Josephine)
> "Can't this car go any faster? 'Cause I can still see where I am."