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zackwatt

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  1. *Originally Posted on 986forum.com* Since no one was able to supply me with a DIY guide to install my red seat belts, I decided to make my own. I did some reading on rennlist about 996's and 987's seatbelt replacement and I then tackled the job. Here is my overly detailed DIY Guide to Seat Belt Replacement I have only supplied the photographed dissembling of the OEM seat belts, just reverse the photo process and that will complete the project. Time Required: 30 MIN for two belts Tools Needed: Torque Wrench, to replace the bolts at 36lbs Metric Wrench Set : 8mm, 17mm Flathead and Phillips Screwdriver BEFORE STARTING DISCONNECT THE BATTERY! FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN FAULT CODES AND FAILURE LIGHTS UPON DISCONNECTING WIRES ******************************* >Step One: Remove the Cover Remove the screw holding on the lower part of the cover Next, Loosen the small bolt holding on the upper part of the cover Pull the Cover Strait up to expose the Seatbelt Mechanism **The Order Does Not matter, but I removed the Mechanism Last and I am going to reflect that here. >Step Two: Unbolt Upper and Lower Harness Mounts Pop open the cover and unbolt the top section of the harness. Next, Pop off the cover and unbolt the lower section of the harness. >Step Three: Unbolt and Remove Seatbelt Mechanism Slide the Orange switch outward to Unlock the wire harness. Then, gently pull off the harness Next, Unbolt the Mechanism After removal of the bolt the Mechanism is still held on my a 3/4 inch "rod" To remove, pull away and outward from the roll bar. There is JUST enough room to do this. Thats It!!! :D These are the parts left over required to install new seat belts Overall this was a really, really, easy job. I hope I have motivated some of you to replace your seat belts with some new fancy ones. Good Luck
  2. DIY Seat Belt Replacement *Originally Posted on 986forum.com* Since no one was able to supply me with a DIY guide to install my red seat belts, I decided to make my own. I did some reading on rennlist about 996's and 987's seatbelt replacement and I then tackled the job. Here is my overly detailed DIY Guide to Seat Belt Replacement I have only supplied the photographed dissembling of the OEM seat belts, just reverse the photo process and that will complete the project. Time Required: 30 MIN for two belts Tools Neede Author zackwatt Category Boxster (986) - Accessories Submitted 08/07/2007 04:45 PM
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