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Unfortunately there are several causes for this, most likely a bad wiring connection under one of the front seats but it will require a diagnostic scanner to correctly diagnose the issue. You can check the connectors first, unplug them and make sure they are clean then plug them back in. If that doesn't work then it will need to be checked by an auto electrician.
The sensor in the seatbelt is definatly not working, Sounds like an expensive repair for just a chime,
as a joke I would find the chime and unhook it. But seriously you might be able to find the wiring under the seat for the seatbelt and unplug it depending on the year but after 20 minutes of research all seatbelt replacements ive found say they come without electronic sensor anyway.
Good luck and hope I helped you out some....
I tried my best!
the bulb is not working because the fuse is probably dead. (check by the drivers leg side for the fuse box). Door locks will not work because the alarm system needs to be repaired, or replaced. I donot know what to do with the cruise control. and your seatbelt sensors need to be replaced.
pull the seatbelt pilar cover off from the door jamb. this runs vertically up the pilar between the front an back door (beside the front seats. Once opened loosen the belt by gently pulling the belt upward toward the roof. You'll have to do this sometimes in small increments. Once the seatbelt is pulled out all the way, spray small amount of lubricant into the joint where at the top of the belt spool. Also use a screw driver to push spool upward while pulling the belt. At first it's only going to release a little but eventually the lubricant will work its way into the seam at the top of the belt spool and loosen up the stuck inertia catch. Until it completely loosens you might have to remove the pilar cover again and work the seatbelt out (also use the screw driver technique described above) in order to use the seatbelt. When parking, I would relatch the seatbelt and pull the slack up around the back of the head rest. After a day or so it worked normally.
Get in the car, make sure your dome light is set to door-operation. Close all the doors, does the dome light go out? If so, it's not the door ajar chime. If not, one of your door pin switches is defective. Buckle your seatbelt, does the seatbelt warning light on the dash go out? If so, it's not the seatbelt alarm. If not, it's the seatbelt buckle receiver. The light warning works with the key off, so it is not that since turning the car off would not stop it. Last thing it could be is the ignition key alarm. I have seen a few malfunction over the years.
You may have to replace the seatbelt positioner.
Check with Saturn (or their replacement GM division) to find if the warranty is extended for seatbelts (some manufacturers cover seatbelts forever) 800-553-6000
hello tracieandmia, I am assuming that the seatbelt buckles are just underneath the seat. The rear seat bottem can be removed for access. If you reach under the front part of the seat bottem near each corner and lift up, the seat will release. You will need to give it a little yank and use a little force for it to release. Once each corner is released you can remove the seat bottem. To install the seat, slide it back under the seat back and push hard down on each front corner that you had previuosly pulled up at. You should hear a definite click/lock sound when the catches are locked.