Jan
02

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How I can stop the alarm go seat belt?

I have a 1994 Nissan Sentra w / automatic seat belts. Although the upper belt and lap belt are set the alarm goes off at random. Sometimes strong tug on the leash than helpful, but not a guaranteed solution. I'm about to go crazy by the constant beeping. Help me. PLEASE!

You have to look in your owner's manual. Open to the pages that show that the fuse is, and find a fuse that should say something about the seat belt alarm. The manual will tell you when the fuse box is, but you need to open it and remove the fuse for the seat belt alarm. MAKE SURE YOU 1000% RIGHT removing fuse. If its the wrong one, you could screw something else in the car. If this is too hard for you, a mechanic will do it for you easily, and should not charge more than $ 10, since this can be done in less than five minutes.

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