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12-01-2009 05:34 AM
Aspect The solid brown colored wires are earth/grounds.
12-01-2009 03:41 AM
Indyz12 Hi Guys.
I know this is an older topic but wondering if you could help.
I recently changed my seatbelt presenter from the early type (1989 CE) to the newer type (Post 1992).
The fixings are the same, however the wiring is different.
All wires match up (colour coded) apart from 1 solid brown wire that comes from the car's loom. The original wiring has 2 solid brow wires, where the new presenter has only 1 solid brown wire. One brown wire from the car is thicker than the other. Should i connect these together onto the presenter's wiring?
I look forward to your help!
07-13-2009 03:52 PM
Taylor422
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Originally Posted by Chadahar View Post
Presenters are just in Coupes. The presenter is an arm that holds the seatbelt and buckle clip and when the door is shut and someone in the seat..or not(if the door is opened then it'll present). It moves forward with the belt and clip. In the SEC's, CD's and CE's (Coupes).
Gotcha. My only experience is with the SELs.
07-13-2009 02:03 PM
Chadahar Presenters are just in Coupes. The presenter is an arm that holds the seatbelt and buckle clip and when the door is shut and someone in the seat..or not(if the door is opened then it'll present). It moves forward with the belt and clip. In the SEC's, CD's and CE's (Coupes).

Do a search in this forum for Seat belt presenter and there are several posts. One is a DIY by Axel in Florida that is a great help. I'll be doing my Driver's side again and adjusting the switches per Axel's DIY ,maybe tomorrow.

If you have the CD's the index will show you the number and it's pretty straight forward. Remove the rear seat on the side you are working on, then remove the grab handle and window switch(pull the panel insert off to unfasten the switch as mine didn't come apart at the switch.) Then remove the panel and the presenter assy is right there.
07-13-2009 01:40 PM
Taylor422 I can't say I've ever noticed this feature in my or my dad's car. Does the car reel out the seatbelt and make it easier to grab?
07-12-2009 09:04 AM
Ivo Nedev Thanks, guys! So, I looked at the diagrams and I don't see what would someone unplug in order to disable the extenders. I did the reset with fuse 15, but nothing changed.

Does anyone know where the control units are located within the car?

What is the easiest way to disable the extenders (so that I can reverse it)?
07-12-2009 07:30 AM
granit560
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Originally Posted by mramay View Post
My wife and I agree that they're one of the cooler things in the car. I love seeing the expression on noobs when the seatbelt is given to them, then I explain that this is a 22 year old car with automatic climate control, self-leveling suspension, and headlight wipers - doesn't their new Toyota/Ford/Chevy do that?? :-)
I get the same reaction; but say when i shut the door & forget my smokes then open it again & try to reach in i got this thing in my way, plus passenger side also goes,(maybe it shouldn't). then i have the problem of sitting in car just to start it once a week & iv got this thing in my way, so i hook both of them so i can have car running & not be bothered by this when im in & out listening to things. But i guess no more annoying than the Bing, Bing, Bing. when your keys are in ignition & door open. Bottom line, mramay is right it's good to have all parts on these cars in working order. plus it is a cool feature.
07-12-2009 06:57 AM
mramay
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As you said they arn't bothering you, but yes it would be nice if everything worked. mine work, but to me they are a pita. often iv thought of disconnecting them!
My wife and I agree that they're one of the cooler things in the car. I love seeing the expression on noobs when the seatbelt is given to them, then I explain that this is a 22 year old car with automatic climate control, self-leveling suspension, and headlight wipers - doesn't their new Toyota/Ford/Chevy do that?? :-)
07-12-2009 06:45 AM
granit560 As you said they arn't bothering you, but yes it would be nice if everything worked. mine work, but to me they are a pita. often iv thought of disconnecting them!
07-12-2009 05:56 AM
mramay There seem to be just a couple of common failures on the presenters.
Fuses
bad contacts (dirty) on the seat belt buckle receiver on the side of the seat
bad nylon gear in the presenter mechanism

buckle/unbuckle a couple of dozen times
The only way to really know the state of the nylon gear is to remove the side panels to look at it, but it's the most common failure.
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