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I have to change my passenger seat belt assy. I have a new assy in the box from our 90 mile away dealer. Hate to pay the piper for the labor needed, is this something I should attempt?.

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Some info for you


1 Automatic belt retractor
2 Screw
3 Wiring harness
4 Seat belt
5 Screw
R12/1x1 Left emergency tensioning retractor squib connector
R12/2x1 Right ETR squib connector


Bolts are torqued to 30Nm

Keep in mind this involves handling explosive components and needs a STAR machine to verify the integrity of the SRS, so proceed accordingly. :)
 

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Thanks for the information and from what you referenced about squibs, I’m going to pay the dealer again thanks
 
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