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Seatbelts won't go back up

I have a 1990 Honda Accord LX american model and the seat belts are stuck in the down position. First it was the passengers side that would not go back up and now the driver's side won't work. How do I fix this?

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Could be as simple as a burnt fuse under the hood, near passenger side. I believe it's a 15a or 20. Does your radio work at all. I think they run together. That's what happen to mine. Good luck

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

  • Dennis Brown Mar 23, 2014

    there is no fuse under the hood or under the drivers side dash for the electric seatbelts, there is a control module under pass seat, but if one side works then thats not it.

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Sometime you got to give it a little push or you need to lub up the slider for it i have the same problem but i fixed it both ways that i just said.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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