Question about 1990 Subaru Legacy
If you have an automatic belt system & the belt jams or hangs up, this problem is uaually not repairable. If you like that feature, you'll more than likley have to replace the complete unit. (major job). one way to get around ths is to move the seat belt all the way back to the lock in position & unplug the motor, then just use the quick disconnect (red button at the end of the belt). the motor is located at the pillar where the belt connects, at the bottom, where you'll also find a hex type recess to wind the belt back maually.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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