That light will go out as soon as you fasten every seat belt in the car.
Check the wiring to the seat belt anchors. I would suspect you will find a wire loose, broken, or unhooked.
Fasten the seat belt.
Fasten your seat belt.
Fasten seat belt.
"Ladies and Gentlemen, the Captain has iluminated the fasten seat belt sign. It is now necessary for all passengers to remain seated, with seat belts fastened. Thank you. "
The seat belt might not fasten in a 2000 Chevy Blazer because there is a foreign object in the slot where the seat belt fits. Even the tiniest of objects can cause the seat belt to not latch properly.
sounds like you have a faulty seat belt fastener - the catch part that holds the strap that comes across your chest. A replacement buckle should fix the problem.
it is broken
Fasten seat belt.
Fasten your seat belt or live with it, it will stop after a few moments.
Fasten your seatbelt.
Pete and Gladys - 1960 Fasten Your Seat Belt 2-2 was released on: USA: 25 September 1961
It is probably because the sensor under the seat for the seat belt has disconnected --Same thing happened to me. The light would go out when I pulled on the seatbelt. The reason was the simple fact that the belt was twisted before it came out of the shoulder "bracket". Oh... The sensor is in the door post, not under the seat. I also thought of that eventuality and checked. Nope, no sensor under the seat!
Your 89 Toyota cressida is telling you that it doesn't think you have your seat belt fastened. So either you don't or, the switch in the seat belt buckle is not making contact.
Please make sure that your seat belt is securely fastened.
You must fasten your seatbelt
fasten his or her seat belt
The seat belt law in Georgia for people ages 8 to 17 is that a seat belt is required to be fastened in all seats. People who are 18 and above only have to have their seat belt on if they are riding in the front seat. If an officer catches a seat belt not on a person in either case, and it is a first offense, the fine is $15.
wear a seat belt.
No fuse, but there is a method in your owners manual for turning the chime off. You should be wearing the seat belt anyway.
Splice into the seat belt wires. + - wires. Run the wires around to your dash board. connect a 100 ohm resister to a switch as if to be parallel with the seat belt circuit. when you flip the switch the car thinks your seat belt is fastened. The only problem when you actually want to put on your seat belt then you get some error message on the dash. So, flip the switch off then fasten your seat belt. Then your set to go. -Check to see if there is a plug on the bottom of the seat belt harness and try that... don't know if it will work but a good idea to start with... always try asking a junk yard too. they tear them apart and should know what does what.