Question about Subaru Legacy
Check the channels for any obstructions a loose piece of weatherstrip can cause this,if not one or both of the limit switches may be bad.a cheap fix is to forcr buckle into the most rearword position,your can should of came equipped with a allen wrench,on the lower part of 'b' pillar there is a plug remove it and the motor for the seatbelt is located there,install the wrench and turn counterclock wise to put buckle into rearword position,remove this pillar cover and disconnect motor connector,now all you have to do is buckle it everytime you get in and drive good luck!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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