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'94 Legacy auto seatbelts

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#1 Tex_williams77


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Posted 30 April 2012 - 09:18 PM

Is there any way to fit a manual seatbelt on the '94 Legacy. Cables on mine are trash and I want to get rid of the auto belt completely.

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Posted 02 May 2012 - 11:51 AM

Yes it can be done. The Canadian cars came with manual seat belts, so you'd have to get the belts, trim pieces, and head liner from it to swap it in.

Some of the folks on the Legacycentral BBS made the US headliner work, but there's gaps between the trim & headliner.

I converted mine to manual belts, but kind of took a different path and kept the US trim pieces except for the lower B pillar trim piece. It required quite a bit of modification to get everything to work the way I wanted it.

Here's my thread with all the details and pictures of what I did.


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