Obviously, buckling the seatbelt should silence the reminder. If you see/hear the reminder and all belts used by the reminder ARE buckled, the vehicle should be taken in for service ASAP. If you do not want to use your seatbelt for whatever reason, and wish to disable or silence the reminder system altogether, this can be done in a matter of minutes by a serviceperson at a dealership using a custom option setting device connected to the vehicle's internal computer. As this is a safety system, some dealerships may not be willing to do this unless you sign a liability waiver. However, if you do not wish to have the vehicle serviced professionally for whatever reason or would like to disable or bypass the seat belt reminder system for certain seats only, the following options may be of help: A piece of sheet metal of the same dimensions and shape as the actual seat belt 'plug' can be inserted into the seat belt 'socket' to silence the reminder. Obviously, the more the piece of metal resembles the actual 'plug', the more likely it is to work. Also, as seat belt buckle design has not changed much lately, a junkyard is one source of seat belt 'plugs' that can be cut from their straps and inserted in the seat belt 'socket' to silence the reminder chime. It's likely that several model years of a car (and even different makes/models) may all have similar seat belt 'plugs'. Lastly, there are wires running down the 'socket' end of the seatbelt which tell the car's computer if the seat belt is buckled or not. These wires may be cut, stripped and connected together (or separated, depending on which stops the reminder) permanently. It should be mentioned that disabling or bypassing this safety system in any way is discouraged by vehicle manufacturers, insurance companies, safety specialists and many other private and public organizations and individuals. However, there are conditions for which seatbelt use is extremely uncomfortable or presents more harm than benefit, such as in the case of certain abdominal/thoracic medical conditions, morbid obesity, etc.
yes, you get a warning light on your dashboard alerting you when it is off, and does not go off when your seatbelt is on, so yes it can.
you wear the seatbelt,it should go off
Brake light switch went bad.
put the seatbelt buckle where it should go, then the light will turn off!
I think it is the seatbelt warning light. Buckle your seatbelt and it will go off.
Get in the vehicle and latch the seatbelt. Turn the key to "on" not "start". Wait for the seatbelt light on the dash to go out. Unlatch and relatch the seatbelt buckle 3 times within 10 seconds. Waiting for the the seatbelt light on the dash to come on before each relatch. End with the seatbelt latched. Turn the key to off. A single ding indicates success. Complete the above steps all within 60 seconds. If you hear any dings during the process you must start over.
The brake light switch is broken or out of adjustment.
1. Turn ignition to Run (do not start) (seatbelt unbuckled) 2. Wait for the seatbelt light to turn off ( 1 to 2 minutes) 3. Buckle and unbuckle seatbelt 9 times 4. the seat belt light will come on for 3 seconds 5. when light goes off buckle and unbuckle seat belt 6. the light will blink and go off All Done Remember you will have to do this for both front seats.
Buckel your seatbelt and it will go off. If it is not going off with your seatbelt buckled, then take it to the dealer for repair.
highbeams wont go off on my saab
Perhaps a defective sensor?
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your switch that tells the car that the brake is off is defective
The wiring or switches for the front seats may be damaged or unplugged. Also, if you leave anything such as heavy books etc on the passenger seat the light with stay on.
why wont my ABS light go out
The light is one because there is a problem with the emissions system. Once the problem is corrected the service tech will reset the light.
When the ABS light is on it is for a reason, a sensor could be bad, or another major problem. The light wont go off until the problem is corrected or until the light burns out
Might be a stuck brake light switch its located at the top of the brake pedal
Any vapor leak from the fuel system can cause a "gas cap" light.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
take it a garage that's got the upto date computer to plug in and turn it off if the car has got a fault then the light prob wont go off
1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position and buckle the driver's seat belt.2. Turn the ignition key to the run position. Do not start the engine.3. Wait for the seatbelt lamp to go out.4. Unbuckle and buckle the seat 3 times within 10 seconds ending with the seatbelt buckled (be sure the seatbelt light cycles on/off while buckling).5. Turn the ignition key off and a single chime will be heard to confirm the programming.Go To shhding.com
Most probably the light switch assembly on the steering column needs replaced.
You CAN'T!! It's a safety issue and it cannot be done. You can go to the dealership and bring a cardboard cutter and cut a seatbelt fastener off and put it in your 2009 TL and trick the car into thinking that you have your seatbelt on. I DON'T recommend this but just answering your question.
Try to check your breaker.the breaker trip off.