Precautions on Service and Diagnosis of Seat Belt
If replacing seat belt is necessary, replace buckle and seat belt together as a set. This is for the reason of ensuring locking of tongue plate with buckle. If these parts are replaced individually, such a locking condition may become unreliable. For this reason, SUZUKI will supply only the spare buckle and seat belt in a set part.
Before servicing or replacing seat belts, refer to the following precautionary items.
Seat belts should be normal relative to strap retractor and buckle portions.
Keep sharp edges and damaging objects away from belts.
Avoid bending or damaging any portion of belt buckle or latch plate.
Do not bleach or dye belt webbing. (Use only mild soap and lukewarm water to clean it.)
When installing a seat belt anchor bolt, start to tighten the bolt by hand to prevent cross-threading and then to specified torque.
Do not attempt any repairs on retractor mechanisms or retractor covers. Replace defective assemblies with new replacement parts.
Keep belts dry and clean at all times.
If there exist any parts in question, replace such parts.
Replace belts whose webbing is cut or otherwise damaged.
Do not put anything into trim panel opening which seat belt webbing passes through.
For Seat Belt with Pretensioner
When performing service on or around air bag system components or air bag system wiring, disable the air bag system. Refer to Disabling Air Bag System .
Failure to follow procedures could result in possible air bag activation, personal injury or unneeded air bag system repairs.
Disabling Air Bag System for Vehicle with Air Bag System
Enabling Air Bag System for Vehicle with Air Bag System
Handling and Storage for Vehicle with Air Bag System
Disposal for Vehicle with Air Bag System