The automatic shoulder belt on the driver's side of this car started making
this hideous grinding noise. It seemed to be stuck so I tried to un-stick
it. I think I broke the plastic portion of the track that pulls the belt
forward and backward. Is there anything I can do to fix this myself or do
I need to order a new part? (at $200+, I'd rather not)
The driver's side door seems to have dropped a couple of inches and now will
not close from the inside. How do I fix that?
Thanks for all replies,
why not just go to a bone yard? junk yard? be way cheaper to get there.
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That's what I do now. However, in Virginia it needs to be inspected and I
*thought* it would fail.
Wouldn't you know it, I took it in for inspection without saying anything
and it passed!
I still wouldn't mind fixing it though.
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