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Old 08-21-2014, 09:28 PM   Thread Starter #1
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i just replaced the seat belt to my 04 maxima with an oem from nissan, after replacing i went thru the steps to reset the blinking seat belt light it worked for a couple mins and came back on. does anyone know how to shut it off or what could be the issue...
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Hey quick question, does it blink when you have your seat belt on..??
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try resetting the computer? maybe it stored something in there when you replaced it
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Do what I did and unplug the seatbelt cable from under your seat. Done.
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Do what I did and unplug the seatbelt cable from under your seat. Done.
I want to say I read somewhere that doing that can screw with your airbag as well, im not sure if thats correct or something that would pertain to our cars though
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