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Drivers seat belt

Why is there a C2 cartridge connect to the seatbelt assembly? Also, my seatbelt will not pull out? Sometimes I can pull it an inch or two but it then catches as if I had pulled it very quickly. Any help out there? Where is a good place to buy a replacement iof this one is bad? Thanks.

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Good day
What you have there is called a PYROTECHNICAL SEAT BELT TENSIONER, What it does is works with the air bag system. When the sensors reads a great drop in speed as in an crash this device goes off and puts tension onto the seat beat to bring the person in the seat as tight as possible into the seat.
Hope this helps.
Now if you are having problem with one of the seat belts there could be a problem with this device, I would take it to a quality person that works on the air bag system. If not the air bag system could be tripped and then you are into a lot of $$$$ to get it fix.
When you are trying to fine some one to fix or look at this ask him or her about the Pyrotechnical seat belt tensioner system if they can explain it to you then that's good if not keep looking.

Hope this helps you out please let me know how you make out

Cheers

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