Question about 1991 Honda Civic
I JUST BOUGHT A 1991 CIVIC LX. BOTH OF THE AUTOMATIC SEATBELTS ARENT WORKING AT ALL. WHAT DO I NEED TO CHECK?
I had a problem on a 91 Civic DX where the drivers auto seat belt wouldnt move and the beeper would not stop.Had a blown seat belt fuse.Replaced the fuse no more problem. The Seat belt fuses are located under the red cover that covers the positive battery terminal. On mine the fuse closest to the font of the car was for the drivers side auto seat belt the one closest to the windshield is for the passager seat belt. They are green and rated at 30A.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I would first check your fuses, both under the driver's dash and under the hood. Both covers for the fuses should tell u what each fuse is for. If those are all fine, then i would say it's probably the seatbelt ECU (computer). I'm not sure where it is located on your car but i would guess somewhere under the driver's dash or the passenger's dash. Mine in my '91 Integra is located under the passenger's dash, behind the side panel. Hope this helps, good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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