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Old 01-26-2016, 12:18 PM   #1
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Travato Alarm/Ignition override

I have a 2016 Travato 59G. I want to swivel the passenger seat to face the back and be able to do so while driving. Does anyone know how to disable the alarm or override the ignition to start when the seat is swiveled?

I've owned this van for several months now and have taken many extended weekend trips and absolutely LOVE it. We upgraded from a pop up and am so glad we didn't put it off. If I can figure out how to keep this seat swiveled I will be in heaven. Thanks a bunch!!

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This is what I did when I had a Travato. The chime kept on even if the driver's seat was locked in a forward position. Did the same for the passenger seat.

Disconnect the black and white wire on the magnetic switch (small, white, rectangular box) on the seat bracket in the center front. It's hard to get to but with the right tools it can be done. Tape the wire ends so they don't short against something.
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Thanks for the tip H & J.
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Sounds like a weekend project for my honey. Thanks so much TJjeeper. I'll let you know if that worked.

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