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Old 24 Feb 2004, 11:11 am
Harm Kootstra
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Default seatbelt locks

I own a 1988 honda prelude 2.0 S, and the passenger side seatbelt, when
employed sticks hard when you want to remove the buckle. Anybody know
anything to fix this?


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Old 24 Feb 2004, 09:30 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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Harm Kootstra wrote:
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> I own a 1988 honda prelude 2.0 S, and the passenger side seatbelt, when
> employed sticks hard when you want to remove the buckle. Anybody know
> anything to fix this?


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Might be full of dust and dirt from never being used enough. Wet a pipe
cleaner in windex and clean it out. Let dry for a day and spray some
silicone spray in there. Exercise it with the buckle a few times to get
it going again. Wipe off any excess.

'Curly'


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