Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
THE SETBELT IS PULLED ALL THE WAY OUT . THE RETRACTOR WILL NOT ROLL IT BACK UP. NEED TO REPAIR . A NEW ONE IS 190.00 BUCKS THAT I DO NOT HAVE. THANKS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you replaced the belt did you make sure that the position of the belt assembly was the same. A slight misaliengment can affect the return mechanism. Pull the full length of the belt from belt coil Slacken the securing bolt moving the assembly will most likely allow the return of the belt.
If it was an old unit perhaps a drop of WD40 will release the mechanism.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
The front seatblet retractor springs have weakened. Unfortunatly, there are no "user serviceable parts" on them. They would have to be replaced. How many miles is on it? If you have low mileage, the Toyota Customer Experience Center may provide you some assistance, as the belt replacements are quite expensive. I'd call the CEC and explain your dilemma. Here is the number: 1-800-331-4331
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
You have to actually unbolt the belt holder behind the seat. Then from there you can check to see if the spring still works. You'll probably have to take the cap off it, wind the spring-load, then put the cap back on. If you can get to it, it's not too difficult. I recommend another pair of hands to help hold if they're available. You'll also want to make sure you've rolled the belt up as much as possible before before you coil the spring-load.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: Where is the seat belt
The retractor motor is located inside the retractor. The retractor is located aside the seat, in the internal chassis. The retractor is where the belt folds in.
The retractor motor is present only if you have electric-retraction seat belt. Standard feature on this car was a mechanic retractor based on a spring system.
If the retractor motor is present, it will be located inside the belt retractor. To access it you need to remove the belt trim cover held by tabs,
If motor is present, this can be tested energizing directly its contacts. This is done connecting the motor to powered wires and observing if it runs. If the motor is OK, then the electric belt system uses also a solenoid and a control module located under the dash.
With or without motor, the retractor is quite difficult to reassemble. Do not disassemble if not necessary.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Please check if your seat belt has "Retractors" or "Automatic Retractor".
Follow these steps to determine if you have a retractor system that will hold car seat securely or your seat belt won't retract as should be:
A. Pull belt all the way out.
b. Allow belt to retract about 6 inches (15 cm).
c. Pull out on belt again.
If belt is locked and you cannot pull the belt out any further, you have an Automatic Locking;
If you pull the belt again all the way out and won't return to normal operation, then the mechanism is damaged, but try first the "retractor" lock to be sure. By Federal Law, nobody will sale a seat belt in a junk yard, try the dealer or order thru the dealer the whole seat belt or the mechanism. I hope that is just a matter of the automatic retractor; you can see this information in your car's manual. Try and we will see.
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