Seat belt chimes continue after seat belts are on.
My check engine light came on a week or two ago. Everything works fine but haven't had a chance to look into the problem. Today, every thing was fine I was out shopping when at one store I got into the car and started it. It started to chime so I put on my seat belt. The chiming continued all the way home. I tried taking the key in and out, taking my seat belt on and off to no avail. Any idea what might be wrong?
Re: Seat belt chimes continue after seat belts are on.
I drove for a whole year with my car chiming finally figured it was a fuse that had blown causing the chiming bell to go on. Check your fuses and youll find one that is blown replace it and you should be fine.
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Check all your seat belt attachments! This seem to be a leading oroblem with all vehicles that has a few miles on them. All it takes is wasting coffie or soda's into one of those locking mechanisms and it thinks the seat belt is not locked. All these vehicles have seat sensors too! If you sat anything more than 3 to 5 lbs on the seat, it thinks someone is sitting on the seat and the chime will continually go off and drive you nuts. Hope this helps you with your problem Sir
these chimes are in fact warning codes, these chimes are telling you there is a problem, It may be a connection problem in your seat belt warning system to a serious engine problem, your dealer will know just by the tune it plays but check your seat belt first and then the dash warning lights
1. Turn the ignition switch to the off position and buckle the seat belt 2. Turn the ignition switch to run (engine does not need to be running), wait for the seat belt light to turn off. 3. Within 60 seconds, unbuckle and rebuckle the drivers seat belt at least 3 times, ending with the seat belt buckled. 4. Turn the ignition key to the off position. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.
It can be reactivated by repeating these steps.
The alert will be deactivated but the warning light will continue to stay on will the belt is unfastened.
Probably no need to see an expensive mechanic. My seat belt warning light came on a few days ago when there were four people in the car and the rear seat belts weren't fastened (I thought that was why it lit up). However, the light came on and stayed on when I was the only person in the car. Logically, it suggested a bad connection somewhere, so I checked the connector under the passenger seat and made sure it was properly fastened together. I then sprayed a small amount of WD40 into the female clasps of both front seat belt connectors, clipped and unclipped the belts a few times and the light is now fine. Try it - it worked for my 2003 Escape.
There is a switch in the seat belt latch whe your sitting in the seat this will ba the part o the right side, see if something went into the latch part? or the switch is bad i think you have to replace the belt to fix the switch
ON Ford cars and Suv's,
Some times the sound chime after the seat belt buklet.
Is like a open door.
The problem on this car is that the the DOOR AJAR SWITCH. come danaged. and the Body cumputer don't recievethe door close signal.
But is intermitent.
The door ajar switch is on the door lacth.
You only can get front the dealer.
OK. I hope this information can be useful for you.