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Drivers side seat belt will not slide into position

I have a 1990 Honda Accord and all of a sudden the drivers side seat belt will not slide back toward me when vehicle is started. I was tod to check the fuse, but cannot locate the fuse. I was also told that there is a way to crank it back into position and then just leave it and manually buckle it until the motor can be looked at.

Please help me find the fuse or an owners manual to find out how to manually crank it into position.

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  • jaggars3 Jul 15, 2009

    Actually the Honda dealer I spoke to said all motors claims have been rejected, as a motor is a wearable item. The will fix anything else, but not the motor!

  • Dennis Brown Mar 23, 2014

    it was a manufactor recall for the electric seatbelt, BUT!!! they will only do this one time, and yes motors are not covered.

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Honda actually has a lifetime warranty on all motor power seatbelts.. all you have to do is take it to any honda dealer and they will fix it for FREE ...you can call up your nearest honda dealer and they will tell you the same ..(its in the owners manual as well)..hope i helped...

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