Inertia Seat Belt Problem

Inertia Seat Belt ProblemIf your classic car seat belt is reluctant to pay out, the inertia reel of the belt may be sitting at the wrong angle. It has two elements. One triggers in the event of a sudden movement of the belt. The other takes the form of a steel ball in a cup. If the angle of the car changes such that the steel ball rolls out of its cup, the belt also locks. Make sure the reel is mounted upright and level.

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