Get Them Repaired and Working Like New For a Fraction Of The Price.
“This is the second time i have used safety restore for seatbelt. Quick an very good service.”
- John M. (Jan 4, 2019)
“Good turnaround time... easy to do... will use again”
- Brandon M. (Jan 9, 2019)
“Excellent and fast service, I like to deal with this company for so many years already.”
- Olga S. (Jan 4, 2019)
“Great job saved me from buying a new one big savings, Thanks again”
- Garrison H. (Jan 24, 2019)
“Thanks for the repair great job saved lots of money”
- Tony C. (Jan 14, 2019)
“Seat belt works excellent. I sent it on a Tuesday night and had it back by Friday”
- Bill R. (Jan 8, 2019)
Whether your vehicle has been involved in an accident or your seat belts have become worn over time, there is no need to buy expensive new seat belts or airbag modules. We specialize in seat belt repairs and airbag module reset services after accident, so you can save money without sacrificing quality.
As a professional post-accident restoration company, we provide our services nationwide to businesses and individuals working with salvage vehicles and rebuildables.
By only using OEM parts, we ensure your seat belts are always repaired to factory specifications. That is why we offer Lifetime Warranty on all off our repairs!
On top of that, if you are not 100% satisfied, we’ll provide you with a full and complete refund — so now you can order your repairs with complete peace of mind.
If your vehicle’s seat belt is damaged in any way, we can fix it. There’s no need to worry about expensive seat belt replacement! Instead, we’ll provide you with a fast and affordable alternative for your vehicle.
We can repair your vehicle’s locked or blown seat belt following an accident. With our seat belt repair service, we’ll repair your seat belt using OEM parts, rebuilding the entire mechanism assembly. We'll also install a new gas charge & sensor! Compatible with:
Simply remove your locked or blown seat belt retractors, tensioners, or buckles from your vehicle and mail them in to us for repair.
The repairs arrive back to you ready-to-go and they’ll function like new. There are no do-it-yourself kits and not much technical knowledge is required.
We provide custom color seat belt webbing replacement service, or if your seat belt is frayed, fraying, ripped, cut, torn, worn out or is chewed by your dog.
We’ll fix it for you fast, replicate factory stitching patterns and preserve the original tags. You may choose to go with a color match or upgrade to a custom color seat belt!
We reset SRS modules erasing crash data and hard codes, resetting your airbag light — helping you save money. With our repair services, you are now able to reuse your existing SRS airbag modules without spending thousands of dollars!
Your vehicle’s airbag light might be on in the dash. Be assured that if the airbags did not deploy, our seat belt repair will reset the airbag light.
However, if the airbags did deploy, you will need to have your SRS airbag module reset. When we reset your airbag module, we erase all crash data and hard codes in compatible SRS airbag module computers (ECU, RCM, SDM, ACM).
Simply mail in your SRS airbag module for our fast 24-hour reset service and you’ll be driving your vehicle again safely in no time!
Package your parts along with your address & contact info and ship it to us.
We’ll repair and ship back your items along with the installation instuctions within 24 hours.
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If you have a salvage car and are looking for a seat belt repair or replacement due to your airbag light being on and seat belts locking up, this is a service for you. Seat belts lock up in a crash as they have a gas charge explosive that goes off and jams the seat belt mechanism. Once this occurs, a seat belt will no longer work properly and certainly won’t work in another crash. This is very common in salvage cars and vehicles after accident. Here at Safety Restore we specialize in seat belt repairs after accident and can fix your seat belt!
✔ 24 Hour Turnaround ✔ 100% OEM Parts ✔ Lifetime Warranty
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If you work with salvage cars by buying crashed cars at auctions such as Copart and IAAI, you can save hundreds to thousands with us. Instead of buying replacement seat belts at the dealer or used seat belts at salvage yards and him yards, you can reuse your existing seat belts and save! Used car dealerships can also save by repairing their seat belts with us for their salvage cars.
We can repair both the seat belt retractors and pretensioners. A seat belt retractor is the main seat belt assembly where the webbing feeds from. Also know as the seat belt reel, spool or male. Made up with a coil spring, mechanical gears and a gas charge explosive, the seat belt retractor is the most common of all seat belts we repair. The seat belt pretensioner on the other hand, also known as the buckle pretensioner, is the female part and may also be equipped with a gas charge connector in some car models. To know if your buckle pretensioner has a gas charge and gas blown, you can look at the accordion housing and if it is compressed. If there is no such look present, your buckle is not needed to be repaired. This is how the seat belt retractor and pretensioner looks like:
The most common seat belts we repair are single stage and dual stage seat belts. The difference between the 2 are the amount of gas charges present in the assembly, easily identified by the amount of wire plug connectors. A seat belt with 1 wire plug connector is a single stage and a seat belt with 2 wire plug connectors, is a dual stage. Difference shown below:
To get started with your salvage car seat belt repair, you’ll need to first remove your seat belt out of the car. We have a video showing you how to do this:
Once removed, follow the easy steps below:
If your airbag light is on in your salvage car, this is due to the airbag codes stored in the SRS airbag module. Use an OBD airbag scan tool to retrieve your codes. Any crash sensor and seat belt related codes will reset automatically once your replace the crash sensors and repair the seat belts. However, if your airbags deployed and/or you have crash data stored, you will need to mail in your SRS airbag module to us for a reset.
We erase all crash data hard codes in your airbag module for only $49.99! A full factory reprogramming is done by our programmers and your SRS controller will be ready to be installed with no further programming needed. To learn more about SRS airbag module reset service, CLICK HERE.
In addition to salvage car seat belt repairs, we also offer seat belt webbing replacement services on seat belts that are frayed, ripped, cut, torn, worn out, aged, chewed by your dog or if you simply want to change your seat belt color! We have dozens of seat belt colors to choose from and use state of the art sewing machines to replicate factory stitching patterns that look like this:
Our experienced seat belt technicians will even transfer your manufacturer tags into the new belt and sew them on! This service is also popular amongst classic car collectors and antique cars. Learn more about our seat belt webbing replacement.
If you have any questions about any of our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can reach us by phone from Mon-Fri, 9am-8pm EST, or send us a text anytime.
Our Mailing Address:
SAFETY RESTORE, 40 Main St., Westfield, MA 01085