Question about Honda Civic
Hi it sounds like the safty mechanisum in the belt has been activated some how this happens when a ball bearing falls down into a safty postion and locks the belt up into place you can strip and remove the little ball bearing and have your seat belt working again but no longer will act as it should in a crash so i would strongly advise to change the hole seat belt system .
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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