Question about Toyota Camry
Sensor may be stuck inside your seatbelt. spray a lube inside it and put it together and take it apart 5 or 6 times just to get it to loosen. do this to the passenger side as well. if this doesnt work then some cars have a sensor built into the seat that tells the car you have a passenger that isnt buckled. its possible that this sensor is stuck. should be located under seat but can be checked by simply buckling the passenger seat belt and seeing if the light goes out.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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