Question about 1997 Nissan Quest
We just bought this car from a friend and it has been working fine. Yesterday I came out of the store and was going to get into the car when I opened the car door, the motor where the belt hooks into started making a loud and constant noise--like the motor was trying to work. I did not even have the key in the ignition, but just opening the door it made the noise. I had to drive all the way home with the loud motor noise at the back of my head. My husband disconnected the seat belt motor, but does that mean that if I got into an accident the seat belt, even though across, me would not hold me?
Hondas and other cars have their seat belts guaranteed for life. Call your local Nissan repair shop and see if this is so. If so, they shouldn't charge you a dime. I bought a very old used Honda once, the seat belt broke, and I got a brand new one installed for nothing.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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