Seat belt signs keeps beeping whilst wearing seat belt
Whist driving my 1.4 vw golf 75 s with my seat belt on, the seat belt sign comes on and starting beeping, i stopped the car took seat belt off and turned engine off. turned engine back on put seat belt on, started to drive after 30 seconds seat belt sign come on again. Please can you tell me how to fix it. Thanks
Re: seat belt signs keeps beeping whilst wearing seat...
Just make sure u have nothing an the passager seat becuse any weight on that seat the car thnks there is someone sitting there with no seatbelt on ( no handbags left on the seat) if this is whats worng just plug in the other seat belt. if this is not whats wrong look under the seat and there is two wires comeing from the seat bel buckle disconconect them or join them one or the other will work ( be careful not to touch the air bag wires located in the middle of the seat in yollow plug)
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