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1990 subaru driverside seat belt will not work

Help driverside shoulder belt will not work

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The body computer runs the belt motor in response to the door open/close plunger switch. Check the instrument closter to see if it also thinks the door is open. If it thinks the door is open, fix the switch. If not, then troubleshoot the power to the belt motor drive or the motor drive itself.

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