Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
There may be the odd exception, but the usual purpose of a seat-belt indicator lamp is to turn on if a driver's or passenger's seat appears to be occupied, but without the belt being used. The concept is that sufficient weight on a seat will activate one sensor, causing its normally-open (NO) contact to close. That contact is connected in series with a normally-closed (NC) contact in the belt retractor for that seat; these two together will enable the seatbelt light. Pulling the belt out of its retractor (after which it might as well be buckled) will open the latter contact, turning off the seatbelt light. Second and third, etc seat circuits would be connected in parallel with the first, if the first is wired as described above.
Problems that could keep a seatbelt light on would include (i) a seat cushion contact being crushed closed or (ii) the operator for the NC limit switch in the belt retractor being stuck or broken, and thus unable to open that switch. Check out.Thanks.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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