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1993 Subaru Legacy 4 door, automatic seatbelts are adjusting when the car is off. Seems possessed with electrical activity. Draining battery. Any suggestions?

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The seat belt retractor mechanism is not electrical their mechanical. They must be damaged if not retracting or your parked on a grade. They are made to lock on any fore other than sitting level. This vehicle may have another lock agent involved like open doors or the like. Read your owners manual...

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That usually happens if the battery goes all the way dead or disconnected & reconnected. If that's the case you'll usually hear a clicking sound under the dash also. it's part of the security system & needs to be reset. You can reset the system by either using the remote if you have one or most have a reset button under the left hand lower side of the driver side dash, turn the ign. on, eng. off & press the button for at least one second.

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Automatic seatbelts and radio do not work


There is a tester that allows the technician to check the different parts of the systems for parts failure, if you want to fix it then your best bet is to go to a dealer for repair.

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