Question about 1991 Honda Accord
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It is a wear and tear factor on the belts and messing with them can only lead to problems with safety and testing
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
You will need to check the track to see where it is jamed. There might be some parts that needs to be replaced...the fuse is probably bad by this point, but get it free before replacing the fuse if it blowed.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
check fuses or see if something might have got jamed in the track and also try movin the part where the seat belt moves back and forth to see if the motor is dying
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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Please check if your seat belt has "Retractors" or "Automatic Retractor".
Follow these steps to determine if you have a retractor system that will hold car seat securely or your seat belt won't retract as should be:
A. Pull belt all the way out.
b. Allow belt to retract about 6 inches (15 cm).
c. Pull out on belt again.
If belt is locked and you cannot pull the belt out any further, you have an Automatic Locking;
If you pull the belt again all the way out and won't return to normal operation, then the mechanism is damaged, but try first the "retractor" lock to be sure. By Federal Law, nobody will sale a seat belt in a junk yard, try the dealer or order thru the dealer the whole seat belt or the mechanism. I hope that is just a matter of the automatic retractor; you can see this information in your car's manual. Try and we will see.
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