Question about Toyota Corolla
If there is nothing stuck in the retractor that you can pull out to fix the problem, the only other choice is to replace the retractor assembly. This part will be available only at the dealer. (Although most shops will install one for you) It is not recommended that salvage parts be used for restraint systems. I have however, used salvage parts on vehicles where the part was obsolete and no longer available from the dealer.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
By law seat belts are not repairable
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The e-brake probably has an adjustment nut either under the brake when you have it pulled up or simply removing a small plastic plate at the back of the console as seen from the rear seat.
You wil probably need about a 12mm deep socked to adjust it. If the nut is bottomed out you will need to adjust if at the wheels.
As far as the seatbelt, you will need to access the reel assembly and determine if the belt is in a bind or the internal spring in the reel is broken. You should be able to tell what the problem is when you get to the reel.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Hi,I am guessing you haven't used these belts for a while.Quite often they will wind themselves up with normal car movement and lock.Grab the belt and pull as hard as you can(stretch it).It should come free.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
ANYTIME THERE IS A PROBLEM RELATED TO A SEAT BELT THE ASSEMBLY HAS TO BE REPLACED. THERE ARE NO SERVICEABLE COMPONENTS IN THIS ASSEMBLY.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 honda civic rear middle
hi it sounds like the safty mechanisum in the belt has been activated some how this happens when a ball bearing falls down into a safty postion and locks the belt up into place you can strip and remove the little ball bearing and have your seat belt working again but no longer will act as it should in a crash so i would strongly advise to change the hole seat belt system .
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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