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Drivers side seatbelt connected When truck is

Drivers side seatbelt is connected. When truck is moving, the seatbelt warning light flashes and chimes approx 12 times. Disconnecting seatbelt and reattaching it does not solve the issue. It still flashes the warning light and chimes. Eventually it does stop but not after about 5 to 10 minutes time have passed. By connecting the seatbelt BEFORE I start the truck sometimes solves the problem. However, I have a remote starter and when activated still produces the warnng and chiming even after I connected the seatbelt.

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Sensor in the seat belt bukle needs to be replaced

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