Question about 1995 Toyota Celica
On my girl friend's 1994 Ford Escort GT, the automatic seat belts that come across your chest no longer move, they always stay in the position of being locked back near the shoulder. On the driverside belt, we can sometimes hear the motor trying to move the belt, but nothing ever come of it. It stopped working during this past winter. The seatbelt light always says lite on her console. I have checked her fuses and none are blown. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to repair this problem, or if you think she should see a mechanic about this. Thank you in advance. Zach locks in the seat belts are not working, both front seats and rear as well..seat belts are not working ,
Just bought a 95 escort same problem on passenger side. Mine was the door latch, it's covered with a rubber boot to make contact when shut. If the boot is wore out it makes contact all of the time causing it to stay in the shut door position. Being handy I cut a piece of plastic from a fast food place and fit it in between to break the contact when up. Belt moves as it should now.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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