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Seat belt alarm wont stop beeping - 1987 Toyota Camry

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I had the same problem on my 88 Camry. Turned out that I'd accidentally activated the emergency release lever partway and the red emergency release light was flashing. Once it I pushed down on the lever to restore it to its usual position the problem stopped.

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Check for wire disconnected where you plug your seatbelt into. it will probably go under the carpet a bit, but it is there. If it is broken/disconnected, the alarm will continue to sound. There is one in the passenger side too, but should only sound when a passenger is seated unless you have more than one problem here...

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SOURCE: 1987 Toyota Camry seat belt alarm

make sure that you fasten you seat belts including passengers

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Electrical short - probably

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I assume you are wearing your seatbelt. You will usually find a wire connector under the drivers seat that will disable the alarm if unpluged. it will just be a 2 wire connector.

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SOURCE: in my 2007 Hyundai Accent,

Check the belt latch,(the short belt you click in and push button to release). It has a sensor in it. Tap and shake it as it may have a foreign object in it. Look under the seat for the connector(s), and make sure they are pushed in all the way and that the wires aren't damaged. If that doesn't help, try disconnecting the connector. If the light and alarm are still on afterwards.....you have two choices. First, replace that part of the belt. Or, try running a jumper wire across the two contacts in the connector but I cant tell you that!!

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