in article firstname.lastname@example.org, John at
email@example.com wrote on 1/28/09 7:42 PM:
take it apart ... untangle the knot you twisted into it ... or replace the
retractor that has a safety function to 'lock up' during times of collision,
and that safety switch as it were ... is what is in the way.
quick fix ... unbolt the two ends of the seat belt (maybe have to take the
seat out to do it) ... and replace the whole belt assembly from one out of a
dismantlers yard ... easy to even get the same color just by a bit longer
walk for it. Oh, and test the replacement for full function if you get it
this way ... usually at the dismantlers .. the seat belts have had their
test and worked like you are seeing now.
sumbuddie wear blind sea
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