Do you have to remove the seat to replace the female end of the seat belt on a 99 park avenue?
The female end of my driver's seat belt on my 99 Buick Park Avenue is all busted apart and I keep having to rig the exposed spring back in for it to latch, I got a replacement and want to know if I need to remove the seat to replace it. I have power seats and it's kinda bench but kinda not its bench through the middle and stops at the passenger seat. Thanks
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Replacing a front turn signal bulb is easy, as I just did my own. On the front driver's side, look at the wheel well splash panel and you'll see one plastic pin. Use a claw hammer and pull the pin out. Now just pull the plastic splash panel out of your way.
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The most common problem is the gear breaking under the seat. There is one motor to make the front go up and down and one motor to make the back go up and down. The front up/down motor is the easier one to replace. I have a video of one way to fix the up/down motors. I demo the back motor. Here is the link to my video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQLVvUf-9rs
The fuse for the sunroof is located under the back seat. The back seat can be removed by pulling up on the front (slide your fingers under the front side of the seat and pull up.) There will be a 3" square black box just about the middle of the seat area. This fuse box should have a 20 amp mini fuse (yellow in color) for the sunroof next to a line of 3 other fuses (15 amps and 10 amp fuses if I remember correctly.) Mine was not burnt out, so it's on to the next step of checking the wiring from switch to motor... :)
have a look to see if its coiled in twisted as you pull the belt out if the buckledoesn't line straight to the female end well its probelyretracted in twisted to repair pull the belt out all the way and then realign the belt its quite hard to do so take your time hope this helps.