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Seat belt stuck will not release
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
so after completely tearing the seat apart I found 2 wires going up to the seat belt mechanism from under the seat, these wires got caught in the seat mechanism underneath and were shredded. There must be a small solenoid inside the seat belt mechanism because I could hear it click after I repaired the wires(this circuit is live even with the ignition off) Im not sure how it all works but this solved my problem.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
SOURCE: seat belt in my tahoe
Check down in the seat belt re-tractor, many times things like pennies get in there and jam it, remove the re-tractor and shake it, if nothing comes out you will have to replace the seat belt, of course I assume you are not talking about the buckle release button being stuck, if so you still will need to check it for foreign objects.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
make sure that the rear seats are properly locked into rear catches as this can stop your seatbels from working if ok then sounds like your seatbelt is faulty req new seatbelt.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: Seat belt stuck
Open small plastic access panel located between front and rear doors a few inches above floor. Disconnect the two wire connector (usually attached to car frame) and locate the male pin connector, usually 1 red and 1 blue wires. Run two long wires from a car battery negative post and positive post (battery on the car or separate.) Hold one wire against one pin of the connector and quickly touch the other wire against the remaining pin. This will cause the motor to turn in one direction. If motor turns in wrong direction simply reverse the wires until motor brings belt to desired position then quickly remove the wires. Reattach connectors to resume 'normal' operation after 'CAUSE' has been repaired.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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