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Can anybody tell me how to fix my drivers side seat belt that is stuck in the open position? It won'tslide back after I get into the car, so basically, I have no seat belt.
any help would be greatly appreciated.
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You are so LUCKY it is stuck in the foward position;
The seat belt system is warrantied "for the useful life of the vehicle".
Leave it stuck in the foward position and make an appointment with your local Honda dealer.
If they try to charge you for the repair, call American Honda Customer Service.
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honda dude is right i have a 1990 accord and the same thing happen to me except both of mine were bad, i took it tothe honda dealer and they said it cost about $400 when i ask for the coorperates phone # they said they would fixed them under warranty.
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