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Seat belt indicator won't stop buzzing

What do I do if my 1998 3000GT seat belt indicator won't stop buzzing and drains my battery? G

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Have you tried unplugging the 2 prong plug under the seat(its right under the seat belt buckle)? i have a 98 mitsubishi eclipse and i simply unplugged it and it disabled the buzzer. if that doesn't work, you can connect the 2 wires (on the harness side) either by bridging the 2 terminals with a jumper wire or you can cut the plug off and just twist the 2 wires together.

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Hi,

Check for a faulty door switch, if this switch is bad it won't close the circuit thus the seat belt buzzes into infinite and beyond...

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Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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