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Old 05-24-2009, 09:25 AM
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Chrysler Sebring Bucket Seats Wiring

Hi I Have Been Able To Figure Out How To Work The Power Seat Portion But Can Not Get The Seat Belts To Release Tension. I Am Thinking About Reupholstering Them To Make Them Look More Old Style But Like The Idea Of The 3 Point Harness Built Into The Seat. Does Anyone Know The Trick To Getting The Seatbelt To Work? Thanks

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I'm moving this to interiors, I bet dantwolakes will know.
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I'm moving this to interiors, I bet dantwolakes will know.
I bet he doesn't. He would call or drive into the closest Chrysler dealer and ask the service department. I know about Ford truck seats with built in retractors, but I'm not familiar with those Sebring seats. If the seat belt is built into the seat, you should take the seat back cover off to see the retractor mechanism. Is it possible there needs to be power to the retractor mechanism?

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We actually just put a set in a car. There is a separate wire harness coming down from the retractor mechanism. You need to run power to the retractor mechanism. Wire it to and IGNITION wire so the retractor isn't drawing power from the battery when the car isn't running.
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