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Unhappy seatbelt

hi all i have a clio mk3 2006,when i put the seatbelt into the connector,it fastens ok and stays fastened,however the dash beeps and flashes at me.its doing my head in. ive had a look at the part the seatbelt clips into and what ive noticed is that there is a black wire connected to the left of the seat(drivers side). if i touch the wire or press the wire onto the frame of the chair it will stop beeping and flashing on the dash. would there be any way of replacing this wire or any way of adjusting it so it doesnt make the dash beep and flash..clio mk3 55 plate..thanks.
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Re: seatbelt

if you know what you are doing to repair it then fine but as you are asking on the forum i am guessing not
so best advice i can give is to get a replacement and some one that can do the work for you as the last thing you want is the air bags to go off
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Re: seatbelt

im just thinking,would it be easier to replace the drivers seat and ifso would it have the wiring with it. would it activate the airbag if i did change the drivers seat..

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Re: seatbelt

Changing the seat is a bit drastic. It sounds like you have a wire not making proper contact with the sensor in the seat belt buckle. As bugsb says this is not something to experiment with but could be fixed relatively easily by someone who know what they are doing.
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Re: seatbelt

the reason why i say change the seat is because the lady i bought the car of was on the large side,so the material on the seat has a bad rip in it...
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