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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you need back to the timing belt and re_check the marks for the timing belt this are on the camnshaft and cranck shaft put on the EXACT position .I think is all what you need if is not explain with more details tnk.
If both passengers and drivers side retractable belts have stopped moving, then it's likely the controller that's located under the passengers seat has gone bad. If only one side has stopped retracting and moving then that side motor has probably gone bad.
Your 1991 model Accord has automatic front retracting shoulder belts and, more than likely, the power retractor motor has gone bad on the passenger side front. If the shoulder seat belt is not in the retracted position, up close against the seat, when the car is running, the seat belt light will stay lit on your dash. Have the seat belt motor inspected and replaced if necessary.
You should take it to your Honda dealer for repair. Honda has a lfetime warranty on seatbelts. See below.
While seat belts cannot completely
remove the possibility of injury,
they do provide a very significant
level of protection when used
properly. Honda believes the best
way to enhance your safety is to
use your seat belt. To encourage
their use, the seat belts should
always be in good operating
This warranty continues for the
useful life of the vehicle.
Honda will repair or replace, at its
option, any Honda seat belt
component that fails to function
properly during normal use. This
includes all parts and labor
This Warranty Does Not
• Replacement of a properlyfunctioning
seat belt assembly
strictly for cosmetic or comfort
• Failure caused by abuse,
alteration, accidental damage,
misuse, or malfunction resulting
from a collision.
honda actually has a lifetime warranty on all motor power seatbelts.. all you have to do is take it to any honda dealer and they will fix it for FREE ...you can call up your nearest honda dealer and they will tell you the same ..(its in the owners manual as well)..hope i helped...
check under seat and see if wire connector has come loose what green light are you talking about if you mean the green "s" light you just hit the switch on the shifter for firmer and higher shifts if its an automatic transmission.
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.