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How do I get a seat belt that is stuck in the buckle out

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You can also try spraying a silicone lubricant into the slot and jiggling the latch and insert.

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Push the seatbelt harder in and push release see if that works

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In my past experience with wiring in a car and seat belt lights I have found that most every newer vehicle will have a single negative lead wire running to some sort of switch in the seat belt locking mechanism. When the male end of the belt is placed into the female lock the switch will be depressed and grounded to complete a circut then turn off the light. If any switch is damaged and does not complete the circut then the light will not turn off. This may be the problem but it could also be a simple computer glitch in your vehicle. Another problem could also just be a blown fuse that triggers the light to come on as a precaution. A call to your local auto parts store may be able to help you more. I am just a self learning mechanic and not very computer savy.

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I guess you answered your own question.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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SOURCE: seat belt alarm goes off when belt is buckled

try relapsing the switch inside the female of the seat belt

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Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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If it's not a coin, look inside the buckle again, compare it with a properly working latch. If you see something inside the broken latch that looks like it may be protruding out from the back, try pushing it back with a flathead or key, then pop the push button back up with the same tool you used... I have to do this each time I get out of my truck because the spring is broken. It still should work fine, it's just missing a spring that reset the latch to it's resting position. If you're still skeptical about it though, it's like a 25 dollar fix with installation.

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This rtequires seat removal in order to gain acces to the buck side mounting bolt

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Seat belt won't buckle. What should i do?


please open the buckle assembly. Pretty sure something is stuck in it. clean all parts and reassemble.

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Middle seat belt buckle tip for booster seats, car seats, and large humans.


In trying to fit a booster seat into my 2004 Honda CR-V, I realized that the CRV has the belt buckle in the middle of the seat. This is a big problem for someone using a child seat in the middle seat as the buckle receptacle is completely covered by the booster seat. I thought about buying an extender but realized it wouldn't completely solve the problem. After much thought I came to the conclusion that the buckle receptacle could be moved to a new location without compromising any safety of the belt. I first pulled the buckle receptacle all the way out and then cut the fabric to enlarge the hole from which it protrudes from the seat. Then I pushed it through the hole and back into the seat with the head pointing towards the window and outer edge of the seat. After flipping the window seat out of the way I was able to peel the fabric away from the bottom edge of the middle seat enough to reach in and retrieve the belt receptacle. It was a little tight but I was able to buckle the belt and use the seat belt to pull the receptacle through this new "hole" and VOLIA the belt receptacle is now in a better position to the side of the middle seat. You can now used a booster or car seat or put a fully grown human in this seat and buckle with ease.

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If I had the problem I would look at a junkyard or on line at e-bay for a replacement. You will need to get the buckle and the belt that it is attached to that goes down to the floor down through the crack in the seat.
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sensor may be stuck inside your seatbelt. spray a lube inside it and put it together and take it apart 5 or 6 times just to get it to loosen. do this to the passenger side as well. if this doesnt work then some cars have a sensor built into the seat that tells the car you have a passenger that isnt buckled. its possible that this sensor is stuck. should be located under seat but can be checked by simply buckling the passenger seat belt and seeing if the light goes out.

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Is there a way to turn off the beeping noise that happens when the seat belt is not buckled on a 2007 Tundra?


Easiest and smartest way would be to buckle your safety belt:)

If your like my grandmother and swear that it will keep you stuck in your vehicle when you need to get out fast, then you can unhook the pressure sensor in the drivers seat that recognizes when there is weight on the seat and no seat belt buckled.

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Seat belt noise wont stop even went i have the seat belt on


On most any car, the best way to stop buckle noise, plus add instant easy, stuck in car after accident release, for only $20 is below:
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