What if your fasten seat belt light stays on the dash in your 99 Toyota Sienna when the seat belt is fastened what does this mean if anything?
I had the same problem in my 99 Sienna. I went to the Toyota dealership (Canada) and they said I had to replace the entire seat belt and mechanism ($300+). Apparently the seatbelt sensor is tamper-proof, so if it goes on the fritz, you have to replace the whole thing instead of just replacing the sensor. I'm not convinced; I think Toyota is saying that because you're not supposed to tamper with it (ie. protecting their liability), but there must be a more affordable do-it-yourself way to fix it.
I have the same with my 2000 Sienna. I found a Corolla owner on a forum with the same problem and he replaced the buckle with a newer one that had the buckled-sensing switch in the buckle and wired it into the switch plug from the belt retractor. Can we do the same with our Siennas? I am going to check this out. It seems that Toyota used the buckle sensor up until 98, switched away from it for three years, and then went back to it in the 2001 models, hence the ability to replace the buckle.
The past tense of fasten is fastened.
The past participle is fastened.
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Your fasten seat belt light stays on the dash in your 99 prism when your seat belt is fastened what does this mean if anything?
Check the wiring to the seat belt anchors. I would suspect you will find a wire loose, broken, or unhooked.
You really need a flat surface to fasten to (plywood, osb) and a vapor barrier such as Tyvek.
That light will go out as soon as you fasten every seat belt in the car.
"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. "
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.
Jackson rhymes with fasten!
An example sentence using the word fasten is: I do not know what adhesive to use to fasten a mirror to drywall.
Some synonyms for fasten are: affix, attach, fix
To fasten material with needle and thread. not many
First jack up the truck and remove the rear whee, then disconnect the fuel hose and breather hose to the tank. Then loosen the metal bands holding the fuel tank in place. The unscrew the five nuts holding the sending and gauging unit in place, after disengaging the wiring to it. Replace the unit, connect the wires, fasten the nuts, fasten the fuel tank metal bands, then fasten the hoses, make sure there are no… Read More
Various types of Nuts, bolts, screws, retainers, plastic "push fasteners", spring clips... anything that's used to fasten things in an automobile.
A beekeeper may fasten parts of the hive together in order to transport the hive complete with the bees, but more often now he will simply use a luggage strap around the hive. The various sections of the hive are not usually fastened together at all, they simply sit on top of each other.
Ensure it is fastened onto the trailer properly and drain any water out of the boats hull. You should then wash down the trailers wheel bearings to get any salt out (if it has been in the sea). Then you should sort out, wash out and fasten the boats engine, locking it down for travel.
To fasten boxes to wood typically wood screws are used. To fasten a box to masonry plastic or lead inserts are used. To fasten a box to a hollow wall toggle bolts can be used. To fasten a box to a concrete wall, drill and insert a wedge anchor or a steel pin can be shot into the concrete with a Hiliti powder activated tool.
If you mean re-glue the glass to the canvas top.... I used J B Weld around May and its still up... Sept 1...2011
Well most cars these days have little clips or 'slots' in which the bolts are usually fastened to to keep the bumper together. If one of these bolts happens to break of and go missing you can fasten some wire or even a Bobby pin to hold the bumper on as a short term resolution.
The Romans, like all the ancient peoples, used pins and broaches to fasten their clothes. The Romans, like all the ancient peoples, used pins and broaches to fasten their clothes. The Romans, like all the ancient peoples, used pins and broaches to fasten their clothes. The Romans, like all the ancient peoples, used pins and broaches to fasten their clothes. The Romans, like all the ancient peoples, used pins and broaches to fasten their clothes… Read More
The cast of Fasten Your Smiles - 1993 includes: Rom Jacobs as Rom
Before the car took off, Ruben's mom told the three brothers to fasten their seat belts.
Use the strips to fasten on the wall, screwing at stud locations. Then fasten the 1 x 12 shelves to the 1 x 3 s.
Fasten Your Smiles - 1993 TV was released on: USA: 15 December 1993
Trusses need to be fastened with fixings strong enough tro resist wind uplift, and wind sideways loads. The fixings required will depend on the wind strengths in the area, and the shape of the roof. Some types of nails and screws may both be appropriate for your situation. Check with the local authority for more information.
The word is spelled fasten. Example: To close your coat means use the zipper or buttons to fasten it closed.
fix, fasten, attach
it means to LOCK
fasten, secure, closed
smokeing is bad
Fasten seat belt.
The cast of Fasten Our Seatbelt - 2004 includes: Fathali Oveisi as Maleki Kambiz Shabankare as Blouri
A stapler's basic purpose is to fasten two or more pages of paper together. It can also be used to fasten more objects permanently or temporarily.
Here is a tip how to fasten your down loads -do not open any websites with videos -download the download accelaratorplus -leave your computer to down load
Something that fastens clothes together is called a button. Another name for something used to fasten clothing is a zipper or tie.
If the rhinestones have a fasten at the back you can run plain thread through and knot on the opposite side. If it does not have a fasten I suppose just fabric glue.
That 'A' would be 'attach.'
Your hands to do the buckle up.
securely as in "fasten"
fasten faster fastest
pull the zip up.
It was possible for Queen Victoria to fasten her gown with a zipper. The zipper was invented in 1890 and Queen Victoria lived until 1901.
A Lally Lock column is a concrete filled steel column that does not need to have the cap or base plates welded. The top end of the column is fitted with an embedded fastening unit that will accept a 1/2" screw to fasten the cap plate onto the column. The bottom end it just concrete and can be cut with a pipe cutter. Base plates are fastened with concrete screws.
Answer How to replace the headlight (low beam) on a Toyota Corolla 2003? To replace the entire headlamp assy you must remove the bumper cover. There are fasteners across the top, inside fender skirt and along the bottom and also a few clips inside the grill that are accessible from underneath. Three bolts fasten headlamp assy to the radiator support and there are three quick electrical connections.
They fasten reactions..
It depends. Most common, it is use to fasten papers.
The answer would be LOCK
The correct spelling is "clipped" (fasten, cut).
You fasten it to the back of your car.