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  • Title: GM Belt Reminder Protocol
  • Type: Picture Slide
  • Content: Graph that depicts the seat belt reminder protocol that is
  • Currently Implemented on the 2005 Full Size Truck.

Time in seconds t=0 is

ignition                          113                                                                          368
                                                 0 8 20        75     105 125                      180                                                          360 380
                                                          435

     

Quiet
30sec

     

Quiet
(180sec.)

     

FMVSS
208

GM's Seat Belt Reminder Protocol

8 seconds of chime
and solid light
(FMVSS 208)

12 seconds of
solid light

55 seconds of
flashing light

Note: 2nd and 3rd iterations of reminder only enables when vehicle speed is greater than or equal to 5 mph. All warning functions stop when belts are buckled.

[Image is a timeline where Time in seconds starts at t=0 which is ignition, then for 8 seconds there is a chime and solid light (FMVSS 208), followed by 12 seconds of solid light, then from 20 to 75 seconds, 55 seconds of flashing light, followed by 30 seconds of Quiet.There is then a second iteration, there is 8 seconds of chime and solid light, followed by 12 seconds of solid light, and then 55 seconds of flashing light, 180 seconds of Quiet and then a repeat of the first cycle: At 360 seconds, there is 8 seconds of chime and solid light, followed by 12 seconds of solid light, and then 55 seconds of flashing light. 2nd and 3rd iterations of reminder only enables when vehicle speed is greater than or equal to 5 mph. All warning functions stop when belts are buckled.]

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