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Seat belt malfunction

Hi. the automatic seat belt retraction device on the back seat of my honda minivan seems to be malfunctioning. it is not retracting the seat belt when it is unbucked, therefore causing it to stay fully extended at all times. how do i fix this?

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  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    The front driver and passenger seat belts do not retract without being manually feeding the belt through the upper anchor slide. I can hardly feell an spring pressure to pull them back.

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There may be a small object like a coin in the re-tractor, pull the re-tractor and check, if nothing is found you will have to replace the belt assy, they are not repairable.

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