So. Not to bring up an old thread, but this applies to most hondas and it really needs to be said after reading everything on this site and others. The first thing I'd like to say after reading all 4 pages of this sad post is:
Grow up people. There are stupid people out there that choose to do stupid things. It isn't your right or your place to determine that the reason they're disabling this is always because they're stupid. For all you know, each and every one of these people want it disabled while they drive around a parking lot for fun. Those of you with your idiotic advice and smartass remarks are ultimately displaying such a low level of intellect that it amazes me you were able to get your license in the first place. Back off it.
To directly answer the question that was asked, There are 3 solutions to this problem... and only three.
1. There is a black cable underneath your drivers seat (brown in some accords). Disconnect this cable and the car will ultimately disable SRS as well as the seatbelt. However. To remedy this, use a paperclip or a stripped wire to connect (on most hondas) the green wire on one side to the black wire on the other. If this isn't your wire setup... I would search for the correct setup for yours. This will enable your airbags again. - You may also have to use the paperclip method to reset the SRS light on your dash. This is not always the case. Any idiot that says your airbag doesn't deploy after you do this clearly doesn't have the guts to try it themselves or the knowledge to be speaking period. I personally had my airbags deply after being hit in the front end in a parking lot. (By the way... no damage whatsoever to me when going 5mph... ..
- WHEN you do this though, your airbag will deploy at stage one as if you were wearing your seatbelt as opposed to stage two if you were not. (those stages may be in reverse order actually... I forget.) They will still deploy and you will still have it for impact, but know that this a risk you're taking by doing this with this or the next method. To my knowledge, the SRS light doesn't come back on unless you mess with the paperclip at all. For me, it didn't come on for two years until I pulled the seat forward and the paperclip moved. Then I had to simply reset it again.
2. Trace your seatbelt connector unto a plastic dvd box and cut it out. Use that in place of your selt belt by plugging it into the slot. This will also not protect you from stage one of the airbag deployment.
3. Behind your instrument pannel is the speaker. That's more advanced but if you really want to take the panel out and disable the chime... there are some sort of instructions earlier in this post on how to do so.
These three options are it aside from actually wearing your seatbelt. There are rumors that if you know the right person at Honda they may be able to disable it using the computer... but this has yet to be confirmed. Method one is the best as it still protects you while giving you a way to plug it back in if you want. Everyone worried about everyone else's safety... Please. You could care less about their safety, you just want to run your mouth. Shut it.
Someone please close this thread...