The need of SRS airbag module reset service and seat belt repairs is crucial on any car that has been in an accident or purchased from a salvage auction. If your airbag light is on, you have crash data stored, your airbags deployed, you have locked or blown seat belts, experiencing problems with the seat belt pretensioers, retractors or the female buckle, we can help! Safety Restore has been in business since 2013 and helped tens of thousands of customers save thousands of dollars. Working on all makes & models, let us be your ultimate source for all SRS related repair and reset services. We've put together a list of frequently asked questions to better help you with your airbag modules and seat belts.
We recommend paying online. This way you can track the status of your seat belt repair or airbag module reset and the packge once it ships.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Where do I ship my seat belts or SRS module for repair?" open="false"]
Our mailing address is:
40 MAIN ST.
WESTFIELD, MA 01085[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Do you offer overnight shipping on seat belts or airbag modules?" open="false"]
Unfortunately, no. Because seat belts contain explosives that are considered hazardous materials, they must be shipped in accordance to the regulations.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="What is your turnaround time?" open="false"]
We are proud to offer a 24 HOUR TURNAROUND on all of our repairs and are strongly committed to it. This means if we receive your package on Monday, it will go out by Tuesday. Please note that this excludes weekends and holidays. Expect delays if you have not paid for the service online, paid the wrong amount or did not include the required information in the box.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="What do I include in the box?" open="false"]
When shipping your seat belts or SRS airbag modules to us for repair, we ask that you include your vehicle's YEAR, MAKE & MODEL. If you paid online, include your receipt in the box. We also need your contact information (name & phone #) along with your return mailing address.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="I'm getting a code for a seat belt that works fine." open="false"]
Blown seat belts do not have to be locked and sometimes show no symptoms of fault. The airbag light and code does indicate that the seat belt is bad and will need to be repaired. Each seat belt is equipped with a gas-charge that if blown, will not work again. We repair these seat belts![/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="What is the difference between single-stage, dual-stage and triple-stage seat belts?" open="false"]
The stage of the seat belt is identified by the amount of gas-charges it is equipped with. Each charge will have its own connector or wire plug going to it. Inspect your seat belt and identify the amount of charges or connectors it has. A single-stage seat belt has 1 plug, while a dual-stage seat belt has 2 plugs. A triple-stage seat belt will have 3 total charges. Click here to learn more.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Can you repair all seat belts for all makes & models?" open="false"]
Yes, we work with all types of seat belts from all makes & models![/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Why are my seat belts still locked after repair?" open="false"]
All seat belts are designed to be in their installed position to retract and function properly. This is usually a 90 degree angle. If you hold your retractor straight and pull the belt out from the top, the seat belt should unlock.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Why did I receive my repaired seat belt with a zip tie?" open="false"]Your repaired seat belt will arrive back with the webbing out a certain length, held with a zip tie and wrapped. This indicates that the seat belt has been tested and is ready to be installed. Unwrap the seat belt and install it in your vehicle without cutting the zip tie. Because the seat belt has to be in the installed position (and angle) in order to retract, we have a certain length of the webbing out to make the installation process easier. Once the seat belt is bolted down, you may cut the zip tie and enjoy the smooth retraction of your repaired seat belt.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Do you repair airbags?" open="false"]
No. Airbags must be purchased new from an authorized dealer.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Do you sell aftermarket seat belts?" open="false"]
If you're looking for aftermarket seat belts, check out our friends at SeatBeltPlanet.com[/vc_toggle][vc_column_text]
Here at Safety Restore, we repair locked and blown seat belts after accident as well as reset crash data & hard codes in SRS airbag modules for all makes & models. Our mail-in service is offered to customers nationwide in U.S. & Canada and worldwide! Whether you're repairing your own car that's been in a crash, or you rebuild salvage cars that you purchase from insurance auctions such as Copart & IAAI, we can help you save hundreds or even thousands! All locked and blown seat belt retractors, tensioners and buckles can be repaired after accident! In addition, if your airbag light is on, we can reset it removing all crash data & hard codes. Order any of our services today and save!
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OEM Airbag module reset service: Crash data & hard codes cleared! 24 HOUR TURNAROUNDOEM PROGRAMMINGLIFETIME WARRANTY
OEM Seat belt repair service: Locked/blown pretensioners. 24 HOUR TURNAROUND100% OEM PARTSLIFETIME WARRANTY
OEM Seat belt repair service for dual-stage pretensioners. 24 HOUR TURNAROUND100% OEM PARTSLIFETIME WARRANTY
Replace cut, torn, ripped, frayed, aged & dog-chewed seat belt webbing or change the color! 24 HOUR TURNAROUNDOEM QUALITYLIFETIME WARRANTY