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Date: 19 Dec 1998 09:27:40 GMT
Subject: Re: Power seatbelt troubles

Your in for a ride on this one! Not to put fear in you everyday life, but just to let you know that someone else went through this and has had a helll of a time with it. The motors seem to get caught on halfway sometimes and that makes them stay inguaged. This can run the battery down and also burn up the motor for the seat belt.You can stop the motor from staying on by removeing the fuses for them. They are located under the rear seat. They run the selonoids to the motors. Pull the fuse out, slow so it will not brake the holder. Sometimes just removeing and replaceing the fuse will actiate the motor to go to it's return position, and the be ok for awhile. You then must begin you quest to find used or if you wish new seat belt assemblies. I would suggest that for now you pull the fuse so it will stop the battery from going dead. We can go into chapter 2 next time you post the next part of your frustration with the motor assembly. Put the car in a nice dry, warm place, with some good drop lights, and settal in for a little while.You need to have time and the mind set to start your study of this system. I am on stage 7 or chapter 6 of this process, and I am starting to get an understanding of the complex system. As of now I have the belt system locked in the return position and have the motors off by way of fuses out. Brent

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