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Citroen c8, middle row, middle single seat, seat belt wont unlock itself, it wont work, how do i fix this please x
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'll begin by saying I'm surprised there isn't a 3rd belt on a bench seat, but I think you are entering dangerous territory. There is an immense amount of engineering, testing, and development involved in seat belt systems. They are anchored very securely at points that are reinforced and designed to withstand a human body being thrown against the belt, transferring the energy to the anchors of the belts. So, besides being beyond the scope of being possible to install by your average mechanic, I shudder to think of the legal angle. If u were to be involved in an accident, and someone was injured or worse in that seat wearing the added belt, the lawsuit possibilities are scary. Having said all this, check with your local dealer, maybe the Durango is set up somehow for an extra belt, but I've never heard it before.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
try moving the car to a different position that sometimes frees them if the car is on a slope or at an angle they can jam
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: retractable seat belt wont close
Is this a NEW seat belt? Or a junkyard part... Per the Toyota 1988 Repair Manual - the belt is allowed to be pulled out at a tile of 15 degrees or less; and cannot be pulled out at over 45 degrees of tilt.
Your problem is the belt is not retracting. The manual states to replace the assembly. It also states: "Whenver installing a new belt assembly, verify proper operation before installation."
If a new part does not have proper operation; have it replaced. If this is a 'used' new part - get a NEW seat belt.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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