Frequently Asked Questions
Questions & Answers about Seat Belt Repair
We repair all types of seat belts! This includes seat belt retractors, pretensioners & buckles. They may be locked or blown after a crash or an accident, have stopped working with age, coil springs got weakened or the belt has been ripped, cut, torn, worn, frayed or chewed by your dog.
If the seat belt is the only reason that the airbag light is on, then yes! No further programming or reset services are need to reset the light. This usually inlcudes any codes related to pretensioners’ “resistance too high” or “resistance too low.” Do keep in mind that your airbag light may be on for other codes.
Yes! We were the first seat belt repair company in America to offer lifetime warranty with all of our seat belt repair services. Using OEM parts and experts to rebuild your seat belts, we are very confident in all of our repairs.
Our seat belt repair service is easy! Simply follow these steps for a quick and an affordable seat belt repair:
- Order online at SafetyRestore.com
You must first place an order for your seat belt repair prior to mailing it in.
- Mail in your seat belts for repair to:Safety Restore
40 main St.
Westfield, MA 01085
When mailing in your seat belts, be sure to include your receipt in the box.
- You’re Done!
We are committed to a 24 hour turnaround on all of our repairs! This means if we get your package on Monday, we’ll have it repaired and shipped back on Tuesday! Please note that our turnaround time excludes weekends & holidays. Also account a few days for shipping.
All repairs of locked and blown seat belts after accident are compatible with all makes & models 1996 and up, excluding Volvo & Saab. Please note that if we cannot safely repair your seat belt, we will issue a full refund. For questions, please call 855-552-7233 M-F 9-8 EST or text 413-454-5570.
We offer any color that is able to be manufactured for seat belt webbing replacement. Any shade of black, gray, tan and beige to exotic colors such as red, yellow, orange and more! For more information, visit our ONLINE STORE.
Seat belts are designed to operate in the installed position. So if you received your repaired seat belt back and it is still locked, hold it at a 90 degree angle and it should release. If not, install it and it will work!
40 Main St.
Westfield, MA 01085