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Weasco sells retro fit belts with detailed instruction for 3 point belts http://www.wescoperformance.com/retrofit-seat-belts-shoulder-mt-door.html They include models for convertables and sedans. You can select just the shoulder belt add on or a new complete belt system.
Same thing happened to my '00 Tundra. Locking pawl got stuck when it was engaged. There was sand/grit/goo in the mechanism. Don't know if the setup is the same, but undo the 3 bolts on the belt reel cover, clean the locking mechanism (I used WD-40, rags and an old toothbrush), regrease and reinstall the cover.
The safe way of turning seatbelt chime/alarm off During these steps, do not touch the brake at all shut the door. turn the key on and get your instrument panel on ODO and turn key off. turn the key back on, press reset knob immediately. hold reset knob for 12_15 seconds and fasten the seat belt. xxxx miles should turn to b_on. release and press one time, ...
For a really quick solution, try getting hold of a spare seatbelt from a scrap vehicle (I doubt the shape changes often, so I expect any reasonably recent Toyota would do, just get one that is the same as the belts in your car). Remove the tongue (The t shaped bit) from the belt, and keep it to hand - then, when you're driving on the trails and want to ...
I think you will just have to resort to fastening the seat-belt for your book bag. Most of the sensors in the passenger seats are part of the OCS (Occupant Classification System) which is used by the airbag system to determine how big the person sitting in the seat is to determine if it should deploy the passenger airbag. For example it shouldn't allow ...
Its not the local laws but the federal laws you have to be concerned about.1) if in an accident you, not the insurance company, can and will be held liable for any and all damage to property and persons, 2)you wont be able to get insurance for it because you made modifications that have not been properly tested, 3) you wont be able to sell the car for the ...
Seat belts are anchored to the frame (not sure if you knew that), so in theory if you could find a lap belt that would be enough size, you would just need to drill two holes in the frame large enough for the seat belt bolts, spaced a decent width apart, and torque the bolts down to the spec of the other seat belt bolts in the rear. Not sure if you could ...
The wiring controlling the seatbelt warning lamp will be connected to the seatbelt stalk (i.e. the bit you plug the belt into). Depending on how this is fixed to the car it may indeed go through the seat. At its most simple, it is simply two contacts that are bridged by the belt buckle to close a circuit, and if that is the case then simply bridging the ...
This may not be the perfect solution, but after removing the panel covering the belt roll, I touched the roll with my finger and it unstuck, however when the weather gets better here I will take out the roll and see if the roll break (the part that stops the roll in case if hard breaking) is maybe not lubricated enough.
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