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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ford Focus seatbelt locked
There is a gas cylinder that tightens the belt in a minor collision, it is a one time use part it is independent of the air bag deployment system, you will have to replace the seat belt gas cylinder, that may mean a new belt assembly, not sure on focus.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
SOURCE: the SRS light stay on
SRS stands for supplemental restraint system. You have a problem with the airbag system. The seat belts have sensors to let air bag module know if they are buckled. Could be a bad buckle seat belt will work fine .This may be a common problem is why they said seatbelt problem
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
the sencors are very bad for going out you could have hit a good bump and now it doens't know what to do but you shoul not have a problem with it like it is if you diside to leave it alone
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: seatbelt light on
There is a tiny switch under the **** area of the seat that tells the car someone is sitting there... and a tiny switch in the seatbelt CLICK mechanism. These only have 2 wires which go down to the floor, alongside the running board and up to the dash. The switch nder your **** is NormallyOPEN and CLOSES (makes contact) when someone weighing 50lb or more sits in the seat (smart huh) It could be bent, broken, come loose from its moorings or have a wire loose... At the same time, the passenger seat also has shcu a switch and it might be STUCK or shorted. Same for the seatbelt CLICK mechanisms on both sides. If you don't like loosening seat bolts, pulling up carpeting and removing the inside panels, etc. what we call 'troubleshooting'. find someone that does - or take it to a dealer.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
most likely if you look under the 2 front seats and inspect the wires that come from the belt you'll find a broken wire. just repair broken wire and you'll be back in business.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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