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Old 02-24-2012, 06:22 PM
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Do you mean that the belt retractor or tensioner will not retract or release so that you can buckle them ?

or you can't get the buckle to release ?







I believe that there is also a INERTIA SOLENOID on some vehicles, if for some reason it loses power, the seat belts will not retract or release.
this mechanism is what locks the belt in place when you make a sudden stop, so that you can't slam into the steering wheel, these solenoids lock up sometimes when they are NOT suppose to & they don't allow you to move
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