'04 & '05 Camry seatbelts

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Old 03 Jan 2010, 04:09 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default '04 & '05 Camry seatbelts

Both my '04 & '05 Camry's seatbelt often will fold over and bind as I
am pulling them out. ItThe dea usually takes a great deal of effort to
feed them back into the pillar mechanism in order to try again. The
dealer has indicated this is a common problem. Is there a recall or
service bulliten on this? If not how does one complain to get action?
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Old 03 Jan 2010, 04:21 pm   #2 (permalink)
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my 06 camrys belts work just fine . never a problem. think they are the
same as yours.

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Old 06 Jan 2010, 04:38 pm   #3 (permalink)
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On Jan 3, 5:09*pm, RD <saskato...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Both my '04 & '05 Camry's seatbelt often will fold over and bind as I
> am pulling them out. ItThe dea usually takes a great deal of effort to
> feed them back into the pillar mechanism in order to try again. The
> dealer has indicated this is a common problem. Is there a recall or
> service bulliten on this? If not how does one complain to get action?


I have similar issue (would call it a very minor) on my Camry 05 on a
pasanger side. As a driver I hold the buckle and release it when is
almost fully retracted. I wish the passanger side would retract on
its own regardless how the belt is released. My Camry has ~96k kms
(~65k miles) and I am extremly satified with this car, one of the many
pleasant suprises was, that it requires very little maintenance (4 cyl
model).
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Old 06 Jan 2010, 05:42 pm   #4 (permalink)
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"Wes" <wbraczko@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> On Jan 3, 5:09 pm, RD <saskato...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Both my '04 & '05 Camry's seatbelt often will fold over and bind as I
>> am pulling them out. ItThe dea usually takes a great deal of effort to
>> feed them back into the pillar mechanism in order to try again. The
>> dealer has indicated this is a common problem. Is there a recall or
>> service bulliten on this? If not how does one complain to get action?

>
> I have similar issue (would call it a very minor) on my Camry 05 on a
> pasanger side. As a driver I hold the buckle and release it when is
> almost fully retracted. I wish the passanger side would retract on
> its own regardless how the belt is released. My Camry has ~96k kms
> (~65k miles) and I am extremly satified with this car, one of the many
> pleasant suprises was, that it requires very little maintenance (4 cyl
> model).


I had the same problem in my 99 Camry--seatbelts, especially the driver's,
retract slowly and only partially. Toyota replaced the front ones under
warranty. Problem went away for a few months then returned, catching in
door, etc..

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