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Q: What does the driver’s seat belt reminder Warning Light mean?

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What does the driver’s seat belt reminder Warning Light mean?

A: The driver’s seat belt reminder Warning Lig...

The driver’s seat belt reminder Warning Light is located on the instrument panel, and is accompanied by a buzzer sounding. This light illuminates when the driver has not securely latched their seat belt. When the belt is buckled, the light will turn off.

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Like all warning lights, the driver’s seat belt reminder Warning Light briefly illuminates when you turn the car on. The light is only a problem if it stays lit when the engine is turned on.

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