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Is there any way of disabling the rear seat belt warning? Every time I put a bag on the back seat and drive off it sets the alarm off. So I have to stop and buckle it up. Very annoying!

On another matter, every time I park my car and lock it I get a message on the app that says one of the doors is open even when it isn't. Also a bit annoying but less so because can be ignored!

 

Michael

2022 Touring Sports 1.8

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Hi, 

I do all customisations with obd 2 adapter Carista on older Auris, your Corolla may have as option in the car setting but if haven’t then an obd 2 is a good idea. Also reads engine faults, hybrid system, batteries etc. money well spent. 

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Have a look in the owners manual at the customisable features section as it lists all the options / settings that can be tweaked - if it's listed there then the settings can be changed.

You may need to plug Techstream or Carista in to change some of these settings.

I tweaked some of my C-HR settings with Carista - easy enough to do & good investment.

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From working out what happens with the dog in the back seat (he is secured to a strap that clips onto the isofix bracket) it would appear on the left and right seats have sensors, I never get an activation if the middle belt is unfastened.

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11 hours ago, Kental said:

From working out what happens with the dog in the back seat (he is secured to a strap that clips onto the isofix bracket) it would appear on the left and right seats have sensors, I never get an activation if the middle belt is unfastened.

I must investigate that!!

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On 9/19/2022 at 8:46 PM, FROSTYBALLS said:

.... but depending on the size of the bag, placing it on the floor between the front and rear seat, can restrict any movement.

I would not recommend that as the air vent for the hybrid Battery should not be blocked or restricted by any items on the floor between the front and back seats. 

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22 minutes ago, bigblock said:

I would not recommend that as the air vent for the hybrid battery should not be blocked or restricted by any items on the floor between the front and back seats. 

.... but the air vent is only on the one side. A bag could be placed on the other side without affecting the vent and still having movement restricted by being between the front and rear seat.

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24 minutes ago, FROSTYBALLS said:

.... but the air vent is only on the one side. A bag could be placed on the other side without affecting the vent and still having movement restricted by being between the front and rear seat.

Point taken but I would make damn sure the item could not slide about on the floor. I wouldn't want to risk it myself.

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Well I used this method of carrying a laptop bag for years without sideways movement of the bag, and without it being a problem in terms of being thrown forwards, etc. This was including being used in two Auris which had flat rear floors (ie no hump in the centre).

We still use this method when we go on holiday (for instance last Friday/Saturday) for my wife's laptop and the bag stays where it is placed.

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