Check the plug underneath the seat. If it's unplugged the seat belt will be stuck.
New Answer: I have to assume that you are talking about a convertible and that the seat belts are locked. You are able to retract them back into the seat, but not pull them out. Is that correct?
Sebring convertibles have a device called a seat belt timer control module that is located under the center console and to the rear of the parking brake handle. This device acts as a timer, allowing electricity to flow to the seat belt locking solenoids for 30 minutes after the car is shut off or the door is opened. The reason these cars have locking solenoids is because the entire seat belt mechanism moves with the seat and must be able to work in any position. A standard swinging anchor type of reel lock would not work with this seat because of the ability to recline.
The timing control module also senses changes in pitch and rapid acceleration/deceleration of the car, locking the seat belt mechanisms. These modules do go bad from time to time and must be replaced. It is highly unlikely that the plugs under both seats came unplugged at the same time, though it is certainly the first and cheapest thing to check.
If you must buy a new unit from Chrysler, be prepared to spend about $150 for the part. I have no idea what the labor charge would be since I do my own work, but anyone who is handy with basic hand tools can do this job in less than an hour. You might also consider picking the part up from a U-pull-it type of auto recycler, where the part will surely cost you less than $20.
Chrysler Sebring Convertible Club (sebringclub.net)
1998 Sebring Limited convertible (current car)
2000 Sebring JXi convertible (previous car)
I have the same problem in a 2000 Sebring. You can't pull the seat belts out of the seat's retractor. According to the owner's manual the seat belt mechanism needs power on to allow the seat belts to extend. When you open the door or put the key to accessory position power is allowed. The fuse for the seat belts is listed with the flashers and the flashers work ok. I will post more after I fix it. There is a wire connector under the seat that controls the seat belt mechanism. You have to make sure it is connected otherwise the seat belt will remain in the stuck position. I had the same problem, seat belt was stuck and I couldn't use it. I discovered the wire wasn't connected under the seat. Once I reconnected it and turned on the car I was able to pull the seat belt out.
There are four seat belts in a Chrysler Sebring Convertible. The car seats 4 passengers, and seats must have seat belts installed as a safety precaution.
Seat belts are unsafe because they can get stuck in a fire. Throw back someone inside the seat belt. Seat belts can choke people.
There are two.There are two.
It's a bench seat with two seat belts
For one, there's Chrysler Sebring convertible seats.
I do not think a 2000 Sebring has the lower mounting locations for a child car seat.
Rear seat belts are stuck
I have a 2000 Limited and the Amp is under the passenger seat
it should be behind the back seat ...
There is a release solenoid that may occasionally lock up when the car is off. Turning the key to the 'on' position should free your safety belts.
Most stuck seat belts are that way because of the inertial lock that is built in. On most models, there is a pin that is trippable on the side of the buckle. It should release the latch.
Behind the back seat
Coins stuck in the seat belt clip will cause the seat belt to get stuck, I use a very sturdy piece of metal to place behind the seat belt buckle, a socket a little smaller than the push button and a hammer to get it unstuck "you get the picture" and it works every time for me. Pull out the coins " most likely" and you got working seat belts again. I hope this can help out a few fellows out there.
It is behind the rear seat back.It is behind the rear seat back.
Not if they did not come from the factory with seat belts. If they came form the factory with seat belts you are required to wear them.
The 2012 Ford Mustang has a total of 4 seat belts in the vehicle. There are 2 seat belts in the front and 2 seat belts located in the back for the rear passengers.
seat belts have a unlimited warranty. the belt gets twisted and they replace for free!
Neither. Seat belts are generally anchored to the floor of a car.
To fix a stuck seat belt on a 2000 Dodge Durango, pull on it to release its auto lock function. Pry off the plastic cover that hold the seat belt mechanism with the use of a screwdriver, loosen the stuck belt, and put back in place. ?æ
No, the 1957 Chevy didn't come with seat belts.
Limousines should have seat belts, unless classified as a bus.
Yes, the 68 VW came with seat belts for both front and back sets. The front seats for the Beetle were 3 point retractable seat belts and lap belts in the rear.
Yes, the 1978 Datsun 280Z has seat belts.
NO. The rear seat has 3 sets of belts.