Slack seat belts.

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Old 29 Oct 2005, 06:35 pm   #1 (permalink)
JM
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Default Slack seat belts.

There was instruction on here some months ago about
Getting more tension on the return spring on the seat
belts on CAMRYs

Did anyone carry it out.
Does it work or was it a waste of time

Jm UK.


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Old 29 Oct 2005, 07:15 pm   #2 (permalink)
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JM wrote:
> There was instruction on here some months ago about
> Getting more tension on the return spring on the seat
> belts on CAMRYs
>
> Did anyone carry it out.
> Does it work or was it a waste of time
>
> Jm UK.


I'm not sure if it's the same but I had a problem with the seat belt on my
Tundra not wanting to retract for storage. I removed the seat belt assembly,
added either one or two turns to the return spring and it solved my
problem...for a short time only. Then it was the same as before, have to
baby it to get it to retract.
HTH, davidj92


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Old 29 Oct 2005, 08:01 pm   #3 (permalink)
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"davidj92" <davidj92REMOVE@sigecom.net> wrote in message
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> JM wrote:
>> There was instruction on here some months ago about
>> Getting more tension on the return spring on the seat
>> belts on CAMRYs
>>
>> Did anyone carry it out.
>> Does it work or was it a waste of time
>>
>> Jm UK.

>
> I'm not sure if it's the same but I had a problem with the seat belt on my
> Tundra not wanting to retract for storage. I removed the seat belt
> assembly, added either one or two turns to the return spring and it solved
> my problem...for a short time only. Then it was the same as before, have
> to baby it to get it to retract.
> HTH, davidj92


Hi,

Yes that's the same as my Camry.
Even the belts in the back and they don't get used much.
Toyota want near $400 to change the 2 front ones.
Wonder if the springs are just not up to it.

I don't ever remember this problem on any other car I have owned.
I might give it a try and see what gives,

Thanks for the comment,

Bye the way one guy a while back had said
spray belts with some lube. Silicon spray
that did help.
Maybe doing the 2 at the same time be worth while

bye JM.


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