Last night, I had to call the paramedics to cut my rear (driver side) seat belt as my 6-yr. Old son was messing around and had it wrapped around his neck and it was choking him. He pulled it all the way out so it was in "lock-mode" and we didn't have a choice but to cut it. Luckily, he is alright and I am eternally grateful for that, but daddy still wasn't happy that he is going to have to spend some money to fix this. Does anyone have any suggestions on the cheapest way to fix this? Where can I get the cheapest part and where should I get this fixed? How hard is this to do, can I do it myself? The Honda dealership gave me an initial estimate of $184 for labor and $100-200 for the part. That's way too much for a darn seat belt, I would like to find an alternative.
have the same problem?
Friday, October 17th, 2008 AT 4:11 PM