Safety Belt Reminders

Driver Safety Belt Reminder Light

There is a driver safety belt reminder light on the instrument panel cluster.

When the engine is started this light begins to flash and a chime comes on for several seconds to remind the driver to fasten their safety belt.

When the engine is started this light begins to flash and a chime comes on for several seconds to remind the driver to fasten their safety belt.

The light also stays on if the driver remains unbuckled.

This cycle repeats if the driver is unbuckled while the vehicle is moving.

If the driver safety belt is already buckled, neither the light nor the chime comes on.

Passenger Safety Belt Reminder Light

There is a passenger safety belt reminder light located on the center console.

When the engine is started this light begins to flash and a chime comes on for several seconds to remind the passenger to fasten their safety belt. The light also stays on if the passenger remains unbuckled.

When the engine is started this light begins to flash and a chime comes on for several seconds to remind the passenger to fasten their safety belt. The light also stays on if the passenger remains unbuckled.

This cycle repeats if the passenger is unbuckled while the vehicle is moving.

If the passenger safety belt is buckled, neither the chime nor the light comes on.

The front passenger safety belt warning light and chime may turn on if an object is put on the seat such as a briefcase, handbag, grocery bag, laptop, or other electronic device. To turn off the warning light and/or chime, remove the object from the seat or buckle the safety belt.

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