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Seat belt harness

My seatbelt harness strap does not want to move when you open the door (would it be a motor or fuse out that might cause that problem?). When you sit down and close the door, it is supposed to electronically move over. The passenger side still moves, but the drivers side doesn't. I would appreciate any suggestions before I have to take it in.

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  • cool_wid_it Oct 12, 2008

    I have the same problem with my seat belt, it actually is on and off so all i hear is a beeping noise when it doesnt go back. The dealer has ordered the seat belt harness because its suppose to be covered under warranty. They told me if its a fuse or the motor for the seat belt it will not be covered? Does anyone know if the motor for the seat belt is expensive? thanks

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Take it the dealer. They should fix it at no charge because it's a safety issue. My integra is the same. I took it down to the dealer and they did not charge me anything until they say that my door is not original and wanted $200. I bought the car like that and not sure if it the original door or not. But if you are confident that your door is the original then take it down to the dealer.

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