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False Seat belt alarm

The Seat Belt alarm/chime has just started going off randomly... Driving down the road (with the seat belt buckled) the alarm goes off every 6 seconds with the light flashing on the dash. It is VERY annoying... Any ideas? I have tried taking the seat belt on and off, moving the seat belt connection around, disconnecting the battery, and looking for any obvious damage to it.... It just started doing it 2 days ago and will not stop?

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Check the belt latch,(the short belt you click in and push button to release). It has a sensor in it. Tap and shake it as it may have a foreign object in it. Look under the seat for the connector(s), and make sure they are pushed in all the way and that the wires aren't damaged. If that doesn't help, try disconnecting the connector. If the light and alarm are still on afterwards.....you have two choices. First, replace that part of the belt. Or, try running a jumper wire across the two contacts in the connector but I cant tell you that!!

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