My parents have this problem on their 99 Sienna. They got an estimate of an outrageous amount to fix the problem, because it involved disassembling the dash to reach the control for the seatbelt indicator, plus replacing a sensor. They've decided it's not worth it and have learned to ignore the annoying flashing light. Sorry.
Yes but, if the light is flashing no.
There are two possibilities for the 'receiver' if you are getting a flashing seatbelt light. First, there are wires under the seat that detect when someone is sitting on the seat and then there is a sensor in the seatbelt receiver piece (the part with the release button where you click it to open the seatbelt) that senses when the seatbelt is correctly closed. The most likely problem is that your sensor in the seatbelt receiver is simply worn out.
it is in the trunk you just turn and pull the light out of the socket and the light bulb is a 194 i do believe
Short in the wiring, or the circuit is overloaded.
coolant sensor replacement need it
change your thermostat.
I have a 1994 Chevy Cavalier and the ABS light is flashing
Check your coolant level...
you are wearing the seatbelt.
Dealer? Auto Zone? Salvage yard? E-Bay?
Be sure the dash light dimmer switch is not turned off. Check the fuses.
You can turn off the 2009 Toyota Camry seatbelt warning light by engaging the seatbelt. You can also remove the seatbelt warning light fuse. Removing the seatbelt warning light fuse is not recommended.
By wearing the seatbelt.
By wearing the seatbelt.
There is an engine misfire, probably spark plugs issue.
A flashing check engine light is an indication of a misfire.
That's easy... it's all in your mind, the last Chevy prizm model year was 2002
A flashing yellow light in aviation terms is a runway guard light.
If the light is not flashing you can drive it until you can have it repaired. If the check engine light is flashing, park it. Otherwise you will do catastrophic damage to the catalytic converter costing several hundreds of dollars to replace.
Unless your seatbelt is on. aswell as other passengers, the seatbelt light will not turn off. It is a safety precaution and I highly doubt you can disarm it.
I clear the check engine light with a Scangauge II. But most ODB-II devices can read and clear the code.
If it is flashing when the truck is locked from the outside with the remote then it is because the alarm is activated (which happens when you press the lock button twice in most vehicles). Othewise there may be some other issue that you should have checked out by a Chevy dealer.
if your A/C light is flashing where you adjust temperature and its not blowing cold, try disconnecting the batter for a few minutes, and it will sometimes reset the programming for the air and stop it from flashing, and blow cold, it worked on my 1991 Chevy 2500
You have a severe misfire. See related questions below.