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Even after I buckle my seatbelt the chime still goes off and my car does not recognize it is buckled. Please tell me which fuse I need to take or what to do and dont tell me to check my manual and follow the steps because I have tried this but since when I buckle the seatbelt the sensor doesnt recognize it is buckled so this doesnt work anymore. I need help please this dinging noise is driving me insane.

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Try looking for a wire that connects to the seat belt somewhere under the seat it could have become disconnected or cut. Also try taping the fastener with something like a hammer maybe a bit of WD-40 cause something might be sticking inside the fastener.

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