Question about 2002 Kia Optima
My car is constantly dinging.... constantly.... even though the door is shut, my seatbelt is on, and so on. I was thinking maybe there is a fuse that is messed up... can anyone tell me which fuse would power the dinger thingy, lol
One of your door (or trunk) switches may have failed that controls the warning 'chime.'
Another possibility; if you have anything weighing a couple of pounds on an unoccupied seat, it may think there is an 'unbelted' passenger in that position.
You can try to locate a defective door switch by opening one door at a time, locating the switch button (look for it on the door frame) and depress it, letting it snap back out. Sometimes the switch contacts geet contaminated or corroded and letting the button 'snap' out can shake the contacts enough to restore electrical contact.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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