[20v] '91 Coupe - Seriously sagging seatbelt
cgharibo at usa.net
Mon Jan 20 10:01:10 PST 2014
I tried lubing the mechanism and cleaning the belt without much success.
There's some discussion about undoing the cap for the coil and introducing a few turns and securing it back again.
By the way, the belt roller is hooked up to procon-ten steel wire that is routed to the transmission. So, if we mess up the mechanism, replacing it may be a project.
> On Jan 20, 2014, at 12:11 PM, Peter Schulz <p.schulz at verizon.net> wrote:
> My Coupes have the same issue.
> I'm expecting to have to at least remove the trim to access the winder and likely try lubricating it.
>> On Jan 17, 2014, at 5:22 PM, Christopher Gharibo wrote:
>> The driver seatbelt of my '91 Coupe has very poor recoil. What's the most
>> practical approach to fixing this?
>> Swap, repair, anything I can do without taking things apart?
>> Thank you.
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> -Peter Schulz
> Chelmsford Ma, USA
> 1995.5 S6 Avant Emerald/Ecru
> 1995.5 S6 Avant Silver/Platinum
> 1993 S4 Silver/Black (parts car)
> 1993 S4 Black/Black
> 1994 S4 Silver/Black
> 1991 CQ Silver/Black
> 1991 CQ Silver/Platinum (eS2 recipient)
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