automatic seat belts do not work on 1990 Nissan 240SX

when i turn on the car the automatic seat belt on the driver side doe not work

by in Norwalk, CA on March 24, 2010
4 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on July 14, 2010
1st, check the fuse box, read on the label and then test for a current. if has a current and the fuse is good, go to step 2 2nd, check under your seat where the electric seat belt motor is, test it to see if there is a current. If not re-trace steps. Last but not least if all else fails and you have failed as a handy ameture mechanic, take it to a nissan dealership n the seat belts have a warranty i hear, once again hearsay. It doesnt hurt to call and ASK. My personal advice do it your self so you dont have to rely on other ppl and it cheap. lol
COMMENT by on September 07, 2010
dont even tamper with it! the second u mess with it it voids the warrenty! take it straight to nissan and bug the crap out of the them to fix it. its free of charge
COMMENT by on February 02, 2011
yes if there are issues here is nissan's Hq and they WILL get them fixed 0 issues. 1-800 nissan 1
ANSWER by on September 07, 2010
read the replay works wonders
ANSWER by on December 25, 2012
take off side trim see if plug is in or replace at junkyard
ANSWER by on April 10, 2013
I have a 19990 240 SX. The seatbelts have a lifetime warrenty. I called my local dealer and was told it was out of warrenty and any collision or electrical modification voided the warrenty. So I called Nissan North America who said the dealer should never have told me that. They contacted the dealer. Both sides, motors and tracks were happily fixed that week although they did not replace the frayed belt.

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