Question about Honda Accord
Here is something you may want to try if your belt is not retracting when the
door is opened or closed is on the door itself, there is the part like a
clasp that locks around the post on the door jamb, Well above that
clasp is the switch that operates the belts when the door is open and
closed. Well it builds up a lot of grime like substance and the door clasp doesn't go all
the way up to activate the switch to operate the seat belt. What I did
was spray a lot of WD-40 to clean up all the gunk on the switch and the
door clasp and mine works fine. If this doesn't solve your problem, It
may be the seat belt computer located under the seat. I
also heard from some where that when it comes to seat belts not working
properly, Honda dealers will fix the problem for free being it falls
under liability. Check with several dealers and if nothing threaten nicely that you will complain to the media - and name a local TV station and News outlet like a Newspaper. Also Video tape it and mention You Tube.
Also mention you will complain to : the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/ivoq/index.cfm or call 1-888-327-4236, The NHTSA representative told me that if enough people file a complaint about the seat belt warning sensor, the NHTSA will make American Honda recall the part(s) as defective. Even if you've already repaired the seat belt assembly, you should still file a complaint, because you can get a reimbursement for the repair if there's a recall. Hang tight and good luck all around.
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Posted on May 10, 2010
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