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Chrysler in trouble

I love driving my Corvair coupe and am not worried about its originality, unlike my Corsa convertible. Because I drive the coupe nearly every day, safety is a significant concern. SinceI have looked at several ways of adding shoulder harnesses 3-point belts to the car: Installing factory-type accessory shoulder harnesses using the factory-installed mount points in the ceiling of the coupe [1].

I ruled this out due to the poor adjustability of the setup—no retractors—and scarcity of the belts, although some could probably be fabricated. Installing aftermarket shoulder harnesses with retractors using the factory ceiling mount point.

This would require cutting a hole in the inside quarter panel and mounting the retractor below the window mechanism. I wasn't sure if this would really work and it seemed like a lot of trouble.

Chrysler in trouble

It also would result in part of the belt being visible through the rear quarter window the vertical section from the retractor to the mount point. Installing aftermarket shoulder harnesses using a new ceiling mount point, located further forward than the stock location.

This would allow a retractor unit to be mounted on the floor in front of the rear seat but it hampers access to the rear seat. As you can deduce, I didn't like any of these solutions. I really liked the comfort of the seats with the integrated shoulder harnesses.

I noticed that no matter how the seat was positioned forward, back, reclined, etc. Having unrestrained access to the rear seat was also great. The six-way powered driver's seat was a nice bonus! This article will explain the process I went through to obtain and install a set of these seats in the Spring of Perhaps he will write an article about his experiences too.

Understanding how the seats work The seats that are the simplest to install are from the model years.

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If you can only find seats from a car, I highly recommend buying the electronics module new from Chrysler for The electronics were changed substantially beginning with the model year and installing a system from that year or later is not covered in this article.

See below for more information. In only, Chrysler produced a separate service manual supplement covering just the items unique to the convertible.

This manual is a good source of information and is worth owning. The seatbelts are attached to the seat instead of the body; this allows better passenger access to the rear seat. Since the retractor is mounted on a seatback that can recline, a typical seatback g-sensor cannot be used in the retractor.

Instead, a solenoid inside the retractor is used to lock and unlock the seatbelt when electrically signaled by a remote g-sensor. The remote g-sensor is located inside the Seatbelt Control Timer Module [3].Chrysler Town and country L Inst panel code SOF 4 No one seems to be what it means Please help me Thanks for your time.

Chrysler Town and country L Inst panel code SOF 4 No one seems to be what it means Please help me Thanks for your time. Buy Genuine Chrysler Throttle Valve Cable: Throttle Valves - FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. Trouble Codes Turn On Your Check Engine Light.

If your "Check Engine Light" is on, it means your vehicle has one or more OBD II Trouble Codes. The "Malfunction Indicator Lamp" (or MIL) comes on to warn you when the Onboard Diagnostic System (OBD II) detects a problem that cold cause your vehicle's emissions to exceed times the legal limit.

You may want to invest in an OBD compatible code're inexpensive and some can record sensor readings and save them to a file, making diagnosis easier.

This is the code list. That said, many Chrysler cars, vans, and trucks will show you codes without any readers. Contact Chrysler Customer Service.

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