Seat Belts and Safety Systems
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Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer
Ford Explorer XLT

When the key is out of your ignition the automatic seatbelt module is making a running motor noise which you believe is draining your battery does anyone know how to fix this module where is the rese?

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2006-04-10 03:09:31
2006-04-10 03:09:31

I am assuming that you have "automatic" seatbelts. If this is the case, you will most likely need to replace the entire offending unit. Until you can afford it, just look for the fuse (marked "Belts" on Fords) and remove it. That will stop the battery drain and will leave the belts functional from a safety standpoint as long as they are in the rear position.

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