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Old 11-25-2013, 05:33 PM   #1
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HELP PLS!! 2000 Mustang seat belt replacement.

Okay, pals. Firstly, it's my fault i didn't change my seat belt last year or earlier this year.

I have 2000 mustang. The seat belt on driver's side doesn't retract well. There is a lot of slack right now. I talked to a tech person in another state last year, and he told me it would still lock and should be okay. As I was moving, I forgot to pay attention on this.

Right now, I want to replace the seatbelt. And D**n ford discontinued the seat belt. We know 1999 - 2004 are the same model. But they used different seat belt for 1999/2000 and 2001/2004. and they only discontinued 1999/2000.

I have tried all over the website, but i couldn't find any new ones. I have contacted some stores for used ones, but they weren't even sure if they would lock during accident as the used ones are from wrecks.

I have some questions though and hope I could get some help from you guys.

1. Where possible can I get new seat belt? The belt part # is 611B09.

2. Can I still use 2001 seat belt for my 2000 mustang? Will the electronic lock the belt during accident or high speed?

3. Is it risky to put on a used seat belt?

Thank you very much. I really appreciate for any information.
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All seatbelts in new edges suck. I've been complaining about this since I got my car lol. Good luck Op
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Take it apart and clean it. Yep Kool says since he got his car,, like wise here.
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I have the same problem, but my car is an 03 and since i work at a body shop, i my my seat belts for $100 bucks each and door hinges for $65 each side.
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It's really not about money now. I am mad that Ford discontinued such an important part. Don't they know their quality is not that good?
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There should be a cross over part number for them. Where are you located? I can find out here in ohio and get u pointed in the right direction, all i need is the last 9 of ur vin, u can pm me that info, and i will work my magic.
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Take it apart and clean it. Yep Kool says since he got his car,, like wise here.
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Check "auto parts wearhouse" I think they had some, expensive though.
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. Thank you. just checked auto parts warehouses, I don't see any there.

All racing belts.
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99-00 v6's should be a pretty easy find at a scrap yard. Or at least easy to find someone parting one out. The belts are expensive as all hell. So it might be easier to try to find one off of a wreck. Good luck to you OP.
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. Thank you. just checked auto parts warehouses, I don't see any there. All racing belts.
Darn, i know i saw some somewhere coz i needed new ones too. Then i saw they were expensive and decided to just grease it up.
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99-00 v6's should be a pretty easy find at a scrap yard. Or at least easy to find someone parting one out. The belts are expensive as all hell. So it might be easier to try to find one off of a wreck. Good luck to you OP.
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