We rebuild all seat belt pretensioners and buckles
- Seat belt locked after an accident/collision
- Seat belt not working properly
- Seat belt is cut, torn, ripped
- Seat belt webbing is cut
- Dog chewed up your seat belt
- Airbag light is on
Our services are an alternative to dealership expensive part replacement. Stop buying used or new seat belts and send your original seat belts to us for repair. We will restore your bad damaged seat belts to its original factory condition using OEM parts, meeting or exceeding the manufacturer specifications and send it back to you within 24 hours. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back.
We provide professional repair services for all of your seat belt needs. We rebuild seat belt tensioners that are locked/blown after accident. We also replace the webbing on ripped, torn, cut and dog chewed seat belts. Our seat belt repair service restores your seat belts to factory condition. We use 100% OEM parts on all of our repairs. If you are looking for a seat belt replacement, we can repair it instead for fraction of the price. We work on all types of seat belts: single-stage, dual-stage and triple-stage seat belts and have all parts in stock.
Your seat belts will be repaired to its original factory condition and sent back to you within 24 hours. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back. Order today and save!
Seat Belt Pretensioners Types
A pretensioner is a device that is connected to the safety belt buckle, safety belt retractor or/and and outboard lower safety belt anchor assembly. The pretesioner tightens the seat belt during certain crashes. Pretensioners may deploy with or without airbag deployment. Depending upon the vehicle, pretensioners may activate in certain frontal, side, rear and/or rollover crashes. For some vehicles pretensioners will deploy if the safety belt is buckled.
The buckle pretensioner uses a pyrotechnic gas generator to proper a piston that is attached to the safety belt buckle with a cable. The cable pulls the buckle down toward the seat tightening the belt.
The anchor pretensioner uses a pyrotechnic gas generator to propel a piston that is attached to the outboard lower safety belt anchor assebly with a cable. The cable pulls the anchor assembly down toward the floor tightening the belt.
The retractor pretensioner uses a pyrotechnic device that “backwinds” the retractor spool tightening the belt. Use the same precautions you would for the other SRS inflatable restraint components. There may be power to activate a pretensioner for a short time after the battery is disconnected or the ignition is turned off.