buckle your seatbelt and the light should go off if everything is working properly
It's a fairly common problem.dizzyd said:Right---let me supply more info. First, I always use the seatbelt; secondly, this started out going on/off intermittently then eventually, always on (flashing). This happens with the seatbelt on.
Yes---at one point it did go off, if while wearing the belt, you gave a good yank maybe one to three times. Now, however, it's on with the best buckled no matter what you do. I was told that if you remove that harness you should jumper across it? Does this make any difference? Should I bother? Thanks for all the help to everyone, by the way!golfer said:It's a fairly common problem.
Will it go out while wearing the belt but pulling out more belt?
Chances are it's the switch located in the retractor that's in the the door pillar behind the molding. Remove the white plug to disable the light ... it's not the fix otherwise you have to replace the whole retractor.
Hope this helps.