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The shoulder belt on both doors will not move one is all the way up the other is all the way down 1990 protege

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There is an electronic lock, that has a counter weight buitl in, and it is usually verry hot to the touch, have either lost signal, or mecanism is stuck, try to pull plug off and check if it resetsthe belt.

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