Honda CR-V Seat Belt Tensioner Repair After Accident

  • $ 7999

  • Honda CR-V Seat Belt Tensioner Repair After Accident

    Welcome to our Honda CR-V Seat Belt Repair Service! We offer a quick and quality repair on your Honda seat belt retractor to restore it back to original operable condition. After an accident, your seat belt may have locked up or deployed, causing the airbag light to come on and your seat belt to not work properly. Get started today to save hundreds on repairing your seat belt instead of purchasing a replacement from the dealer. All you have to do is remove the faulty seat belt from your Honda, mail it in to us for a repair, and we'll take care of the rest.

    We use OEM parts on all of our repairs and install a new gas igniter charge for the seat belt to go off again in the event of any new collisions. Your seat belt will come back working like new! And all of our repairs come with a Lifetime Warranty.

    Honda Single-Stage Seat Belts

    This service is only compatible with single-stage seat belts. A single-stage seat belt comes equipped with only 1 gas-charge. This is fairly easy to identify on your Honda CR-V seat belt! Simply check how many total plugs your seat belt has to determine its stage. If it is equipped with 2 gas-charges or 2 plugs, please CLICK HERE. Please also note that if your Honda is 2012 and up, it may classify as a dual-stage seat belt, one plug on the retractor reel, and one plug on the buckle pre-tensioner OR two plugs on the retactor reel.

    To get started, simply pay for the service online and mail in your Honda CR-V seat belts to:

    40 Main St.
    Westfield, MA 01085

    Any Questions? Please Call (855) 552-7233 M-F 9-8PM EST

    Why Should I Repair my HONDA CR-V Seat Belt?

    After an accident, the seat belt is designed to lock up or deploy. Whether this HONDA CR-V is your personal vehicle or was purchased at a salvage auction such as Copart to rebuild and resell, the seat belt will need to be repaired or replaced to restore your HONDA back to safe and operable condition. Once a seat belt is blown/deployed in an accident, it will not operate again until repaired.

    You may need to get your seat belts repaired if you are experiencing any of the following:

    • Vehicle was involved in an accident
    • Airbag light is on
    • Vehicle SRS scan shows codes for a deployed retractor/tensioner
      • Common SRS Code: "Open Circuit or Increased Resistance in Seat Belt Tensioner and/or Retractor"
    • Airbags were deployed in the vehicle after the accident

    Or if the seat belt is:

    • locked
    • blown
    • not retracting
    • retracting slowly
    • making a rattling noise
    • broken
    • throwing an SRS code

    How Does This Service Work?

    Our seat belt repair service is fairly easy! Simply add this service to your cart, selecting the quantity of repairs accordingly, and checkout. Once you have completed the payment at checkout, you will receive an Order Confirmation that can be printed out to place inside of the package with your seat belt(s). Simply mail your seat belt(s) in to us and we'll take care of the repairs. 

    Any Questions? Please Call (855) 552-7233 M-F 9-8PM EST

    Or Text Us Anytime! 413-454-5570

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