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it is your interlock solenoid or switch on your brake pedal. This keeps you from starting your car in anything but park.

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SOURCE: The front passanger automatic seat-belt retractor

I got te same problem. I could not solve the problem. Did you solve the problem? how?

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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Hi Dennis,
You may be out of luck. Here's the problem: The manufacturers are only required to supply parts for the vehicles they sell for 10 years. The aftermarket companies do not want the liability involved in building seat belt units that are "vehicle specific", although you can find many that will sell "universal" units with a HUGE DISCLAIMER as to the fit and/or safety of using them on any particular vehicle. The salvage yards are forbidden by law in most states to resell any used ones from wrecked cars. However, you may find a salvage yard operator that will "turn his head" if you decide to take one out of a car.

If you want to replace your seatbelt retractor with one like the vehicle was originally equipped with, you must try and get your local dealer to try and find one for you. I have had some luck finding seat belt parts for older cars by going through the dealer, but many times we had to make concessions due to availablility - like replacing a tan-colored seat belt with a blue one because that was the only color available.
If you can get your hands on the part, I would be happy to give you instructions on how to install it if you need.

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SOURCE: 2005 Chevy Malibu Maxx is throwing codes for both seat belt retractors is there a way to troubleshoot this?

no because a volt meter uses power and that can blow off the charge they did have connector problems so look close to them

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