My seatbelt is locked




My seatbelt is locked

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  • They jam in place when the belt is pulled suddenly and lock the drum. trim panel that houses the seat belt and speakers behind the seat.

    Almost all shoulder belts have a retractor. This device not only spools the excess seat belt, but also locks the seat belt so that it holds you tight in a crash.

    First step in 6 steps of how to fix seat belt buckle is to examine the belt in the surface. If it is, carefully reassemble the buckle and you try locking again. The female part of the fastening belt of my car was not working.

    My seatbelt is locked

    My seatbelt is locked

    Edited by Curdster on Thursday 16th September Nobody warned me that I wouldn't be able to stop the back of the bolt turning as I tried to undo and do up the single nut, without jamming a screwdriver into the hole to stop it turning because I couldn't get my man hands behind it with a spanner! This should create a couple of inches between belt and cushion, slowly release belt and hopefully it should unlock and if you keep an inch of pace between seat and both should go back together. It's not a slope problem as it's jammed all th time atm.

    My seatbelt is locked

    My seatbelt is locked

    My seatbelt is locked

    My seatbelt is locked

    My seatbelt is locked

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    Lancia Delta HF Integrale: PH Used Buying Guide. Browse cars for sale. Search My Stuff What's New 3 12 24 I got into the car yesterday and the seatbelt is jammed - it won't budge. I had a quick look to see if I could get to it but I can't even get my hands down the side of the seat.

    My seatbelt is locked

    Please tell me I don't have to take the seat out Thanks in advance fingers crossed Ian. WhyTwo 1, posts months. Are you parked on a slope? Even a gentle slope causes mine to jam.

    As soon as I move to level ground it works fine. Agree, any camber stops the release mechanism- common TVRism. Basil Brush 4, posts months. I got mine out with the seat in place, just slid as far forward as it would go. The seatbelt reel is a bit of a pain to remove as there isn't much room to work in. Curdster posts months. I had the same issue, and its a common fault due to the mounting angle apparently.

    My seatbelt is locked

    I took mine out of the car and removed one of the pawls there are two. It works fine now and has passed the MOT so very happy. From memory there is only one bolt holding the belt spool to the chassi.

    You can get a socket down to it without removing the seat as noted before. Tuskaa7 posts months. This has made me laugh guys! This exact same thing happened to the passenger seatbelt in mine last week. It happened while offering to give a female friend a lift, and we spent at least 20 minutes trying to free the thing but to no avail.

    Upon sharing the story with my gf she was quick to point out that the Tivver was looking out for her interests, and not letting me drive any other female companion around! It had me baffled at the time, but looking back and reading this post, I was parked on quite a steep incline when picking up my friend. At least the puzzle is solved now lol Keith. It's not a slope problem as it's jammed all th time atm. I'll have a look later and see if I can get down behind the seat - out of curiosity, what are "pawls"?

    My seatbelt is locked

    Erm I thought they were called pawls. They jam in place when the belt is pulled suddenly and lock the drum. Your will see when you get the assy out that there are two of them and they work on inertia. I cant remember which one I took out, but I think only one was jamming.

    Just move the seat righ forward, sit on the ground and get your socket in with your fingers and after a bit of waggling you witll have it out.

    How to Release a Locked Seat Belt



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