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I just cleaned the car and something went wrong, the tension seat belt indicator came on as well as the wheel lock. The car wont start now, can someone tell me why and how to solve it. ps. I did move the steering wheel when I was cleaning. Thanks

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Hi,

Check fuse 18 first then and then fuse 40.

These 2 fuse's are what controls the seat belt and warning systems.

Let me know if these are ok, and I will give you more information, which is a bit more indepth.

Thanks

Jason

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