Was your vehicle In Accident?

 

  • Did your seatbelt lock up after an accident?
  • Is your seatbelt not retracting properly?
  • Are your seatbelts cut, torn, ripped or unsafe?
  • Has your dog chewed up your seatbelts?
  • Do your seatbelts have excessive slag or fail to properly retract?
  • Are you looking for webbing replacement?
  • Is your airbag light on?
  • Has your vehicle been involved in an accident?
  • Did your dealership tell you that you need a new airbag module?

 

Seat Belt Center specializes in rebuilding your vehicle’s seat belts to their original functional order. We rebuild seatbelt pre-tensioners and buckles that deployed during your vehicles accident. Your seatbelts, buckles and webbing replacement services are completed within a 24Hour weekday period, upon the receipt of your parts. Seatbelt rebuilding services are available for all vehicles (cars and trucks). We service seatbelts for vehicles starting from 1998 to 2017. Our seatbelt services include a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Seat Belt Center can reset and restore your existing airbag control module to its original factory setting so you don’t have to buy a new and expensive one. Resetting your existing module will save you time and money, and will not require additional programming. We service airbag modules from all vehicles years 1998 – 2017.

Whether it was involved in a major or minor impact, and even if your airbags did not deploy. Your airbag light is on and your vehicle’s Airbag Control Module/ACM has activated storing crash data and both soft and hard codes.

This airbag module is technically known by other names such as the airbag (SRS) Supplemental Restraint System in Honda vehicles, airbag (SDM) Sensing Diagnostic Module in GM vehicles and airbag (EDR) Event Data Recorder.

Regardless of the extent of the accident, codes are stored in the module. Seat Belt Center specializes in resetting all crash data plus any hard or soft stored codes after the accident.

Our services will restore your Airbag Computer Control Module to its original factory settings. All computer control modules can be reset with the exception of flood, fire and other rare electrical malfunctions.