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I have a 93 dodge caravan and the seatbelt is locked up and will not release. It is fully retracted and will not move at all. I noticed there is something at floor level that controls the seatbelt, is there something wrong with that or what? Please direct me to some information! Thanks!

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Found this info for seat belt. Hope it helps.
I have a 93 dodge caravan and the seatbelt is - seat belt-dimyafsqqm2htatskb1cl0cp-1-0.jpg

Posted on Feb 22, 2018

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SOURCE: Dodge Caravan Repair

Here's a link for different year but same basic idea. This is for intake manifold, (when on the page scroll down to 3.0L) just to let you know what your getting into. Once the intake is off, removing the head is pretty basic as long as you've done some of that type of work in the past.If you decide to try it, get back to us for hints etc, if you run into trouble.

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528003c462

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 dodge caravan transmission

I hope this helps with your problem have someone to take and put the car in the air on jack stands do not start the car be sure to put something behind the back wheels first for safety put the car in neutral have someone put on gloves and see if they can turn the wheels in the front if you can not turn the wheels it is either a bad caliper on the brakes or a bad axle

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge caravan rear door locks

Look for contacts at door jamb & door, that mate when closed.( usually round metal piece) Take a piece of fine steel wool & scrub them and see if that cures it.

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge caravan air vents will not change position?

I HAD THE SAME PROB WITH MINE I REPLACED THE HEATER CONTROL PANEL & IT FIXED IT

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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Roy McShane

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SOURCE: drivers side seatbelt retracter will not work volvo 1996

YOU HAVE TO UNTANGLE IT IT MAYBE TRICKY BUT JUST IN MY OPINION GET AUSED ONE FOR 10-20 AND DONT FORGET TO UNPLUG NEG BATTERY CABLE FIRST UNLESS YOU WANT THE SRS LIGHT TO COME ON

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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