Keep in mind that when your car was serviced before, parts may have been replaced with different size fasteners used in the replacement. Move the seat all the way back unscrew the I am having trouble identifying which seat belt tensioner is right for my vehicle. According to the indy shop i go to it is the seat belt pre- tensioner. I guess my hand touches the cloth part as I reach up for the seat belt. Complete shipping and return policy information can be found in our. If you find you have a pre-tensioner fault code, this is a good place to start.
If I then turn the car off and restart it the seat belt functions normally. We also provide inexpensive and guaranteed 3 day, 2 day, and Overnight shipping options, so if you need your Serpentine Belt Tensioner Mechanical tomorrow, eEuroparts. Im sorry I meant the pillar. If a fault code is set, the airbag warning light will illuminate. I set the seat just outside the door. If its not retracting properly I would try to get it covered under warranty. Anybody have any idea how to do that Sent from my T-Mobile myTouch 3G using BimmerApp The reason the buckle is called pre tensioner is that bmw incorporates a small explosive charge into the device see pic below.
If there is anything you cannot find in our catalog please and our knowledgeable customer service team will help you locate the part you need, fast. Bring it to the dealer and was told the sensor for the airbag deployment was in the seat belt buckle. I had a spare wiring harness handy. Thanks Quote Originally Posted by cn90 The reason the buckle is called pre tensioner is that bmw incorporates a small explosive charge into the device see pic below. I want to replace it but the part that comes up does not look like the one in my vehicle.
The clip is just at the tip of my thumb. Rear seat belts equipped with pre- tensioners without in many cars not used as often. During the millisecond when the crash sensor is activated during an impending crash the explosive charge tugs the buckle down to remove any slack in the seat belt. Thanks for the link Yorgi. Give The Pelican Parts parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799.
Should I replace the Idler tensioner also. Do a search on pre tensioner. To avoid marring the trim, work with a plastic prying tool or wrap a screwdriver tip with masking tape before prying out trim panels, switches or electrical accessories. The item must be new and in its original manufacturer packaging to be eligible for a cash refund. The potential liability issues must be huge for failed seat belts so I would imagine there is a chance the dealer would do it for free. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. Can someone explain what is going on Thanks Jim On my 2002 530d the seat belt retraction mechanism in the b-pillar is purely mechanical and I expect it is the same on all cars.
They could not find a picture or even price for the part and i cannot find it on realoem Any one know the part number or can anyone find the picture of it Thanks For left hand side see 2 in http bmwfans. Recently my airbag light randomly came on. Dont know what you saw Almost all seat belts in every model car should have inertial reels that lock on sudden forces. It is a 1997 328i sedan. Is there more than one version of pretensioner? Thanx Blaque47x I think buying a new seat belt receptacle is overkill Whats the best way to remove the smudges from hand contact over the past 3 years Thanks people. Is that the seat belt guide Quote Originally Posted by roseng Is that the seat belt guide The complete assembly - belt guide and recoil spring.
Or the wire connecting to it. Figure 11 Remove seat belt buckle with pretensioner from seat. In the front some manufacturers use two pre- tensioners on each belt. I was hoping this was the case because the wiring is much cheaper than the pretensioner. The info in your pdf is for the front seat belts. Load limiters are the opposite they spool out some slack to decrease deceleration force over time. Your problem is most likely the Pre- tensioner - Pre-rensioner refers to the Buckle in the Center Console not the seat belt itself.
This way the driver or passenger is pulled snug to the seat itself so any forward movement hitting the steering Omg That is some good info. Is it a bmw On my 2002 530i the driver side seat belt wont latch. If the original item or suitable replacement part is not available, then this warranty is void. Can I just lubricate it to bring it back to working condition? They could not find a picture or even price for the part and i cannot find it on realoem Any one know the part number or can anyone find the picture of it Thanks Quote Originally Posted by Pendulum I have had my airbag light repeatedly come on for the last year and have just found the cause. Do not buy a used one from ebay etc.
In the second picture you can see the lock all the way out next to my thumb. Lift the seat up and rotate it around and sneak it out the door. I just need the arm where the belt clicks into got a coin in it and cant get it out. The seat belt pre-tensioner can fail over time and will set a fault code in the airbag control module. This should be attached to the underside kick plastic…. A few only have these in the outboard locations with load limiting only for the centre seat.