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It is probably where the seat belt plugs in (Stalk) This will cause both lights as it is part of the SRS (Suplimental Restraint System). Start by looking under the drivers seat at the wire from the seat belt stalk & look for any damage to the wireing. Then check passanger side. It is normaly drivers side cause that is the seat that gets mved most. All SRS plugs should be yellow for identification
Hi Edward your problem is probably the occupancy detector which is located in the passanger side front seat base.Its function is to detect wheather or not there is a passanger in the car.It will not allow the passanger air bag to deploy in the event of an accident if there is no passanger present.Unfortunately it cannot be repaired and will have to be replaced to do this remove the seat abd remove the seat cover and padding,[the detector is located in the seat base.
I would recommend that the air bag system is scanned to find out the fault before you buy a new detector.
The return retractor spring has spruns. A replacement is needed to have this operating correctly again. Seat belts assemblies are not repairable by US law so a new or a working used unit can be purchased
Repairing it is not worth your while. It would be easier and cheaper to go to an auto salvage yard and pick up a used one and replace yours. Just try it and make sure it works before you get it. Hope this helps.
I would definitely recommend to replace the seat belt assembly... The only way to know for sure that the seat belt will work properly in the event of a crash is to replace it... Even if you do repair it so it winds back there is no guarantee the repair will hold when you really need it to...
The mechanism is located behind the plastic cover on the door side. You'll need to remove this trim piece to get at it. It's held on by screws. When you get to the mechanism it is held on by a torx bolt. Good luck
so after completely tearing the seat apart I found 2 wires going up to the seat belt mechanism from under the seat, these wires got caught in the seat mechanism underneath and were shredded. There must be a small solenoid inside the seat belt mechanism because I could hear it click after I repaired the wires(this circuit is live even with the ignition off) Im not sure how it all works but this solved my problem.