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Seat belt light blinks and alarm sounds after buckling up

Computer scan says that belt is not hooked up. but it is

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Check the connection on the seatbelt wiring think it's under seat

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That flashing indicates fault code 51. Fault code 51 indicates a problem with the driver's seat belt circuit. The seat belt buckle has a switch in it to determine if the belt is buckled up when the seat is occupied [determined by a pressure sensor in the seat bottom]. The switch in the buckle is either bad or the wiring to the switch is either short or open circuited.
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Have the same problem in my 98 Toyota Rav4. I squirted the female buckle (bolted to seat, not holding strap harness) with wannabe WD-40 lubricant from the $1 store, and it seem to have solved the problem. I'm guessing the spring mechanism is worn out, which is why the harness buckle won't lock. Another solution is to replace the female lock buckle with an identical part from the used parts junkyard store.

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If you replace the restraint control module, I don't know if that will fix it? You can see your instrument cluster is also involved.
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does it do it on the driver side? hook it up without sitting in the seat start the rig if the buzzer is on sit in the seat if it is still on you have a bad ground on the seatbelt side the short belt that it connects to. the buzzer is under the dash driver side above the sterring wheel.

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try relapsing the switch inside the female of the seat belt

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