Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2 limited seat belt light does not go out when the ignition is started. There is also a continuous tone. When the ignition is turned off, the tone remains.
The above info is a poor fix - the problem is in the little plastic box that was mentioned - mine isn't pink, it's a dark red color. The box has a little circular cutout for the tone noise to come out of. Pull the box out of its socket - there's a tab on the passenger side of the box.
You cannot permantently remove the box because besides the seat belt alarm it also controls the power door locks and a few other related items.
When you remove the box, you'll see it has two tiny plastic tabs on the top - push those both in and the back of this box will open.
The box contains 3 items - 1) a circuit board with the 8 tabs attached that plug into the socket you just removed the box from, 2) a thing that seems to be a tuning fork, and 3) a small thin round metal disk that the tuning fork vibrates against to produce the seat belt alarm sound that won't go away. It goes away when you remove the disc. Ahhhhhhhhh...peace and quiet! I still use the seat belt - just don't need the malfunctioning alarm distracting my driving.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
Theres a small pink box by the hood release looks somewhat like alil speaker this is the devil that torrments you while you drive it just pulls out its got like 8 pins on the back of it maybe be glued in just pull it out thats what i have done no buzzer no light so far no other unwanted side affects
Posted on May 19, 2009
First of all, I take it you are using your seatbelt.
There is a small micro switch in the bottom of the seatbelt plug.
Check that it`s still in place. It`s only a contact breaker switch.
You could unwire it to stop the annoying light, but will need to fix it for the next MOT
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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