Motorized Seatbelt Noise

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Old 25 Oct 2005, 05:59 pm   #1 (permalink)
Savalas
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Default Motorized Seatbelt Noise

Hello all, thank you for the response that was given for my instrumentation
lighting and ac fan blower questions. Now I have another concerning the
motorized seatbelt system. What lubricant can I use for lubricate and reduce
the noise when it activates when I open/close the door? I don't want it to
seize up due to my negligence. Once again, it's on a 90' Camry DX. Thanks
again!

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Old 25 Oct 2005, 06:05 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"Savalas" <TheGaffler@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Hello all, thank you for the response that was given for my
> instrumentation lighting and ac fan blower questions. Now I have another
> concerning the motorized seatbelt system. What lubricant can I use for
> lubricate and reduce the noise when it activates when I open/close the
> door? I don't want it to seize up due to my negligence. Once again, it's
> on a 90' Camry DX. Thanks again!
>
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> "If we do not maintain Justice, Justice will not maintain us."
> -Francis Bacon


IIRC, the motorized shoulder belt is operated by a nylon strip. If that is
the case, silicone spray is probably the best stuff to use since it should
not harm nylon. White lithium in an aerosol can is probably more effective
is the silicone spary doesn't work, although it is a lot messier.
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