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Q: automatic seat belt on 1996 Ford Escort

how do you fix automatic seat belt motor and or track and approx cost
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I'm not the most knowing person about cars, but I do know a bit about simple electronics. I think that if you found a motor that ran the same speed, at the same current and voltage, and provided the same amount of resistance it wouldn't necessarily have to be the same kind of motor. It would have to be close, but not exact. Once you have another motor that works the same way, all you need to do is connect the wires to the same inputs on the motor (test it by hooking a positive voltage and negative voltage to each end of the original motor, and hook them whichever way makes it spin the same direction on the new one.)
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