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Can i start a 1999 coroalla without a seat belt

I ahve a 1999 corolla and i need too move it but the drivers side seat belt has been removed and i noticed that i is conncted too the air bags i was just wondering if i can start and move the car without dying

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Was it unplugged? If it was unplugged then you can move it without any damage to the car or yourself because no power is going to the bags to activate them.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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Yes you should be ok you will just have the airbag light on

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OK. I hope this information work for you.

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