This past winter the automatic seatbelts in my '92 saturn sc2 stopped working all of a sudden. The driver's side one is stuck halfway and the passenger side is stuck in the closed position. I don't have an owner's manual for this car and need to locate the fuse for the seatbelts as i think that is the problem
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Re: saturn sc 2 seatbelt fuse
The fuse is in the center console, left side of passenger footwell. It is labelled PREST. for passive restraints. Possibly check the restraint module located in the center console, just under the E-brake lever.
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it was recalled check for a recall list get the number take the car to a ford dealership, otherwise there is a spot on the inside of the car near the back seat open and there is a spot to reset by turning the bolt inside the hole. Mine has done the same thing, but on the driver side.
they are worn out, nearly 20 years old and that stuff happens. the cost to buy new ones is more than the value of the car, if you can even find them. replacement seat belts for 91-95 saturns were over 400 dollars for each side and that was 5 years ago.
I think you will find that if you replace the fuse it will just blow out again as the system is so old that the eletric motors either don't work or encounter so much resistance trying to spin that old cable in that old track which has that old lubricant in it. To buy a new retractor, if you can find one, is over 400 dollars per side and all the ones left in junkyards are in similar shape.
You may have to replace the seatbelt positioner.
Check with Saturn (or their replacement GM division) to find if the warranty is extended for seatbelts (some manufacturers cover seatbelts forever) 800-553-6000
Its probally off the track, you should take the molding off and move it up and down to see if it moves/slides freely,as for them both not moving does the other functions work proper when the belts are suppose to move because if they don't it may be the ones under the hood (which I cant think of the name of them right now)you know the bigger ones.
You'd need to pickup the need parts at the junkyard. You'll need the "A" to "B" pillar trim, lower "B" pillar trim, front seat belts and seatbelt giude from a 1995 SC1 or SC2.
The treaded hole in the frame of the car where the track of the automatic seatbelt assembly attaches is in a slightly different place than the three point system. Its not a problem though. You just need to drill a 3/4" hole slightly above the existing hole in the trim panel. The existing hole is hidden by the seatbelt and not noticable at all.
Everything else pretty much bolts or snaps into place.
I've done this swap on several 1991-1994 Saturn S-Series.