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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'll begin by saying I'm surprised there isn't a 3rd belt on a bench seat, but I think you are entering dangerous territory. There is an immense amount of engineering, testing, and development involved in seat belt systems. They are anchored very securely at points that are reinforced and designed to withstand a human body being thrown against the belt, transferring the energy to the anchors of the belts. So, besides being beyond the scope of being possible to install by your average mechanic, I shudder to think of the legal angle. If u were to be involved in an accident, and someone was injured or worse in that seat wearing the added belt, the lawsuit possibilities are scary. Having said all this, check with your local dealer, maybe the Durango is set up somehow for an extra belt, but I've never heard it before.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
SOURCE: Seat belt problem
In my past experience with wiring in a car and seat belt lights I have found that most every newer vehicle will have a single negative lead wire running to some sort of switch in the seat belt locking mechanism. When the male end of the belt is placed into the female lock the switch will be depressed and grounded to complete a circut then turn off the light. If any switch is damaged and does not complete the circut then the light will not turn off. This may be the problem but it could also be a simple computer glitch in your vehicle. Another problem could also just be a blown fuse that triggers the light to come on as a precaution. A call to your local auto parts store may be able to help you more. I am just a self learning mechanic and not very computer savy.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: seat belt release
you nee to replace the seat buckle and possible the tensioner/ the seat belt buckle is easy to replace its a torx screw 32 bit take it out and replace /disconnect the battery when removeing/ to check seat belt tensioner pull out see if it goes back like a yoyo and if it does then you may not need the tensioner/ Please rate my response Thank you
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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