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Old 11-26-2006, 10:59 AM
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i am having problems with my passenger seat belt the solinoid is not unlocking the drum latch what puts power on this solinoid and when i have checked fuses and can not find any blown anywhere as of yet has anybody had this problem ? sorry i forgot .it is a 1994 buick regal3.8 v-6

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you should have a Pink / Black wire coming from the Chime module, going to the switch..If you have signal there, It is most likely the switch..If you don't have signal, through the switch but at one side of the module, then it IS the switch.

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thanks doc my pc crashed on me and i can not remember if i responded to you or not but i got the seat belt fixed
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thanks doc my pc crashed on me and i can not remember if i responded to you or not but i got the seat belt fixed

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So what was the Fix?? A cruddy Belt switch?

Good to hear it's fixed!

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Doc here,

So what was the Fix?? A cruddy Belt switch?

Good to hear it's fixed!

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the wire was broken where it was crimped in the connector but it was on the back side did not see it until i pulled the cover off put a new plug on it and cleaned off the legs on the fuse and it went to work
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