Put your seat belt on. if that doesn't work (i suspect if you're asking that it doesn't) the problem is either in the drivers seatbelt receiver, which has a switch that turns the light off when you put the belt in it, or the retractor which has a sensor for the same purpose. you can turn the light off by finding out which is bad and replacing it.
under the drivers seat.
wear a seat belt.
i have 98 prizm lsi, same problem. just pull the seat belt a little farther the warning light should go off.
Until the seat belt is buckled.
That light will go out as soon as you fasten every seat belt in the car.
Put your seat belt on.
the receiver for the belt has a sensor. if it fails the light will continue to flash even though the belt is buckled. replace it!
by putting you're seat belt on?....
No, blowing the seat belt fuse on the 1994 Mazda truck will not affect how the seat belt works. It will cause the seat belt light to remain off even when the belt is not buckled.
Plug The Seat belt in.
Check under the seat and see if the wires are unhooked or broken.
It usually goes of if you put on your seat belt.
It's normal for the light to come then go out. It's part of the start-up diagnostic, checking all systems. However if the light comes on and stays on even after you have put your seat belt on then you could have a problem.
Because they dont have sensor in seat
If there is weight on the seat, it senses that (probably a spring systme), and if the seat belt isn't in the buckle (there's a sensor there as well), the light flashes or it beeps.
The seat belt light on a car will stay on if it does not detect that the buckle has been locked into place. The sensor can also be defective or the wires can come loose.
PUT YOUR SEAT BELT ON THE LIGHT WILL GO OUT WHEN YOU WEAR IT There are instructions in the owner's manual for how to disable the nagging seat belt light. It's a convoluted sequence of plug & unplug the seat belt, do the hokie pokie, etc, something that could never be done accidentally. It may take you a couple of tries to get it right.
yhere is a seat belt module under middle front seat try disconnect battery first that worked for me
put your dam seat belt onIncorrect:The mentioned light is not the seat belt light, that is red. What you are seeing is the Airbag system light. It should come on when you start the car to show that the system is ready and waiting to save you life.
In a 1999 Toyota Corolla when the seat feels the pressure of a passenger but does not have a seat belt connected a signal will be sent to the ECU causing the blinking seatbelt light. Although not recommended a consumer can disconnect the seatbelt light switch located underneath the vehicle to turn off this safety feature.
Your seat belt is not buckled. Buckle your seatbelt!
The seat belt light will stay on in a 1989 Delta Olds if the belt is not properly buckled or it is not detected by the sensor. Forcefully locking the belt into place or checking for a blown fuse can also correct this problem.
Simply fastening your seat belt should put the light out. If you have a heavy object sitting on the passenger side seat like a tool box or such that could trick the light to come on. If not you have something disconnected or broken.
Check the wiring to the seat belt anchors. I would suspect you will find a wire loose, broken, or unhooked.