Question about 1996 Chevrolet Corsica
There is a switch inside both of the front seats that are activated by
weight. When someone is sitting in the seat, the light will come on until
they have buckled. There is a switch inside each of the buckles that
turns the light of when the clasp is engaged.
The switch in one of the buckles, probably the driver side, has most likely gone bad.
Find the wires going to the latch. There will be a plug, unplug it. See if this makes the light go out. If it doesn't, put a jumper wire into the plug not connected to the latch. When you are sure the wire is making connection in both terminals, see if this makes the light go out. Repeat for the passenger side if neccessary, or do that side first if you think the problem is there. Once you have found where the bad switch is, either replace it or leave it so the light doesn't stay on. Hopefully this helps you to solve the problem, if not send me a follow up.
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Driver and Passenger Retractor Side Belt Assemblies
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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