91 camry with seatbelt malfunction

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Old 31 Oct 2006, 12:45 am   #1 (permalink)
MarkZ
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Default 91 camry with seatbelt malfunction


Ok, my driver's side electric seatbelt (shoulder/chest strap) has been
acting funky for the last month or so. Sometimes it open only a tad,
sometimes halfway, sometimes all the way, and at other times it doesn't
budge at all. It's irritating to say the least.

I haven't been able to find anything in the track that would cause it
to stick, and even lubricated the track, but to no avail. I would say
it's the motor if it weren't for the fact that it works sometimes.
So....maybe a bad ground wire? Other? Suggestions?...

Thanks,
Mark


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Old 31 Oct 2006, 08:33 am   #2 (permalink)
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MarkZ wrote:
> Ok, my driver's side electric seatbelt (shoulder/chest strap) has been
> acting funky for the last month or so.

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Check the wiring bundle at the door hinge - repeated flexing can create
intermittent contact when wire strands break.

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