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Old 14 Apr 2004, 08:53 pm
Condor
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Default Re: Stuck seat belt & door - Accord

check the dealer. my seatbelt stuck after 12 years.
the dealer told me honda warrenties their seatbelts
for the life of the car

"Ajay" <ajaybehl@lycos.com> wrote in message
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> Hi All:
>
> My 90 Accord EX has automatic seat-belts. Since last week the
> driver-side seat-belt is not sliding back into its "driving position".
> It remains stuck at the other extreme point all the time. I have
> tried to pull it back into its "driving position" a couple of times.
> It is very very strenuous and immediately upon opening door - the belt
> slides back to its original "at-rest" position.
>
> The other problem is the passenger side door - which, once after I had
> put in some antifreeze - just refuses to open from the inside. Even
> before that we could not open it from the outside. Now, the door is
> just shut tight.
>
> Any suggestions? Any advice?
>
> Thanks in anticipation.
>
> Ajay



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Old 15 Apr 2004, 09:29 am
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From: condorski@mindspring.com (Condor) wrote:

>check the dealer. my seatbelt stuck after
>12 years. the dealer told me honda *
>warrenties their seatbelts for the life of
>the car


Does anyone know if this would include untwisting a backwards seatbelt?
I still can't figure out how that happens--the click-in part of the
seatbelt gets twisted around backwards.

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Old 15 Apr 2004, 06:46 pm
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On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 07:29:28 -0700, ravelation@webtv.net (ravelation)
wrote:

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>From: condorski@mindspring.com (Condor) wrote:
>
>>check the dealer. my seatbelt stuck after
> >12 years. the dealer told me honda *
> >warrenties their seatbelts for the life of
> >the car

>
>Does anyone know if this would include untwisting a backwards seatbelt?
>I still can't figure out how that happens--the click-in part of the
>seatbelt gets twisted around backwards.


You mean the buckle on the belt - the part which clicks into the latch?
When it's happened on our cars - both Camry and Hondas which my wife
drove/drives - no sexist judgements from me :-^) - it's usually fairly
simple to twist it back again. Of course the easier it is to get it back,
the more easily it's going to retwist again... especially if the user
doesn't stow the the belt properly and allow the spring reel to pull the
belt back into it's housing after use.:-P

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