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BMW Seat Belt Repair

Posted by Artem Martynyuk on

It is a good idea to examine all the components of the Supplemental Restraint System after your BMW has been in an accident. The SRS helps protect the driver as well as any passengers inside the vehicle. This system consists of the seatbelts, airbags, SRS indicator light and impact sensors. The seatbelts are the first line of defense making them an important part of the system that help keep you safe in the event of an accident. Have you ever wondered how the seat belt mechanism works and if you may be in need of BMW Seat Belt Repair? Here is a quick breakdown to help you understand more about seatbelts.

In some newer seat belt systems, a pretensioner works together with the conventional seat belt system to tighten the seat belt. Rather than simply stopping the seat belt from extending further, a pretensioner tightens any slack that may exist. The gas in the pretensioner flares when an accident occurs causing the pressure to build up. This in turn rotates the retractor, putting the occupant securely into their seat helping minimize further damage. However, if the force is strong enough, the individual gets pulled forward enough to stretch the seatbelt webbing. They may even end up hitting the steering wheel or whatever is in front of them. This would result in needing BMW Seat Belt Repair.

All the mechanisms of your Supplemental Restraint System should be working and in good condition, including the seat belts. If your seat belts in your BMW have stretched, gotten worn, frayed or even chewed by a dog, go to a professional to help you with this service. RepairMySRS is a company that offers many services including seat belt webbing replacement, seat belt repair, airbag module reset, and more. They repair with 100% OEM parts and have a lifetime warranty. When on the road, keep everyone safe in your BMW. You want to be fully protected if you are ever in an accident, as well as those who are riding along with you. Visit RepairMySRS.com to get started.


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