I hope someone responds soon. Mine are often intermittent and can find no info. elsewhere.
What year and model is your Subie? I have a 1991 Legacy and I pulled the automatic system out and replaced it with the standard seatbelts from a 1995-1999 Legacy. You could try replacing the seatbelt control unit which on the Legacy sedan, lives behind the carpet panel in the trunk near the left side of the trunk hinge and in the wagon its the same general area in the cargo compartment. I have the passenger side auto seatbelt parts for the Legacy if you're in need.
The seat belts probably need replaced.
order new belts from an OEM supplier with new bolts and washers. remove rear seat and go to work!
how do seatbelts work
no if you have the type of seat belt that you can keep pulling. They only work at higher speeds.
Yes, you can die in a car crash. Seat belts and air bags have greatly reduced the number of deaths from car crashes. Seat belts only work if they are fastened.
Seat belts happen to save our lives, everyday. When a person is in a car it is easy for a car accident, but we can prevent death by a seatbelt!!!
Yes, they should be the same
The can get annoying and in the way. also they sometimes dont work and they loke all the time.
it stops you from hitting the dash and absorbs some impact on your body
well i think the proof is that it holds you back likes it's 'posed to. ????????????????
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.
This question sounds like home work, and as I don't know what your teacher is looking for here is a primer:Seat belts must meet government specificationsThese detail strength and life time minimumsThe car maker can use spaghetti if he wants as long as the belts are strong enough and last the # of years required.
Swapping a automatic to a 5 speed is a lot of work. You would have to change out all the gears and belts.
- Seat belts, also known as safety belts, are a safety feature that secures the passenger in the vehicle seat in case of an accident. Seat belts are part of the occupant restraint system that helps to avoid harmful movement of the passengers, which could lead to injuries and also protects the occupants from being ejected from the vehicle. - Seat belt tensioner work in conjuction with the airbag help to optimize the performance of the airbag systems. Maintaining proper occupant position reduces the amount of work the airbags must perform, and thus increases the level of protection provided by the SRS system. Keeping the occupant in the proper position minimizes injury due to the rapid inflation of the airbags.
You are going to have to replace the seat belts that are stuck after the accident. They are the ones that were in use by a person at the time the accident happened. They are no longer safe to use even if you can get them to work. Find a Yukon in a salvage yard that was hit in the rear or side and those seat belt will be fine to use.
I've gotten closer to answering this question myself. The automatic seat belts were not moving at all. I checked the fuse under the dash, replaced it, and they now work. The problem is, the driver-side belt clip gets stuck halfway upon returning to the upright position. It seems a previous owner didn't know about the fuse problem, and tried jarring it back themselves. Is there a track loose, or could something be lodged in the way of the belt clip?
in drvers compartment by left leg you have fuse box,check all,i think it is the one called meter,check all though.those seat belts get a real work out
The Fuses for the shoulder restraints are located on the positive battery terminal. Check them. If the problem is in the lap belt, the connector to the warning system is under the drivers' seat. Check to be sure it is connected and that the connections are clean. If seat belts don't work- call the dealer- any Honda dealer- Honda seat belts a guaranteed for life.
I need a fuse diagram, our speedometer does not work, neither does our seat belts work automatically. The drivers side seat belt is locked in the off position. We felt it may need a new fuse. We have changed the instrument cluster on the odometer.
In Subaru Car. Make clicking noises when work.
Seat belts are called "inertia reel" belts which means that part of what activates them is not being yanked on by Mothra but the inertia caused by the car slowing down abruptly causes them to lock up. If you want to test your belts out, try pulling on them while braking hard at a stop light. I think you'll find they work just fine.
If you demand that I use it in a sentence, then it is compulsory! John was required to work on his day off. His boss said that it was compulsory!It is compulsory to wear seat belts, both front and rear.
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