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Asked by Dec 29, 2013 at 08:08 AM about the 1975 Chevrolet Caprice

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Just bought a 1975 coprice convertable,42000 org miles,problem is,won't turn over if I'm seating in car,when I stand outside and hit the key,starts right up,also seat belt light and buzzer won't go off,even when belt is hooked up,keeps right on buzzin and light flashing,never herd of this before,Hope someone can help..Thanks Jim

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There were a couple years, and I think 1975 was one of them, that had a seatbelt/ starter interlock. The car will not start if the seatbelts are not fastened. It became legal, later on, to disable the system and buzzer. Open the hood and on the driver's side firewall look for a metal box with a button in the center of the metal box. Press the button and the car should start. As I recall it's a black button. Until you have the system bypassed you'll have to do this each time you want to start the car. HTH. -Jim

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