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Old 07-20-2009, 01:24 AM   #1
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automatic seat belts lifetime warranty

So my automatic seatbelts stopped working, well if you still have a clean title on your s chassis, it has a lifetime warranty.
Nissan replaced the sliders,
And the whole assembly free, and I complained that they put 20 miles on my car and got a free tank of gas too

Just wanted to put it out there
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Old 07-20-2009, 05:18 AM   #2
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they told me that the stuff might! be free... and they will charge for labor... jerks.
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do nissan dealers care whats in your engine bay? and both driver and pass seat belts in my car are broken. how long did it take to get serviced?
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:30 AM   #4
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Welcome to 1989.

Hell, even before that.

Are you going to tell us next that Nissan 240SXs come with a key to start the engine?
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Welcome to 1989.

Hell, even before that.

Are you going to tell us next that Nissan 240SXs come with a key to start the engine?

I didn't know they replace them for free, and im sure others didn't either... no need to rip on the guy.

thanks for the info!
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Old 07-21-2009, 03:30 AM   #6
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Welcome to 1989.

Hell, even before that.

Are you going to tell us next that Nissan 240SXs come with a key to start the engine?
YOU ARE A DICK, well then again your from atlanta nothing good has come out of there since coca cola......

but seriously, its covered 100 percent can labor too, just call 800-NISSAN1

or read where i heard about it, then i actually took my car in.
Broken seat belts? Get them fixed, FOR FREE!!!: 240SX Forum / 180SX Forum / Silvia Forum: Nissan Forums / Infiniti Forums - NICOclub

it took a whole day. but its worth it. and its free. no cost for parts or labor... throw that 800 number at the doosh who said they charge labor... explain that nissan HQ says free

as far as whats in your engine bay, the tech asked how i smog it, and i asked where the hell all my gas went.
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how was your interior
example was it stripped
and was your car low
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I wish I knew about this when I had my first s13. My drivers side seat belt screwed up after smacking a guard rail. I wonder how they would have thought about that though?
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The question about does it matter what is in the engine bay of the car.. Because after I did my swap my belts haven't worked at all! I'm trying to find wires to connect but I can't. My brake, battery, and seat belt lights are on, how do I come about getting them off?
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Old 11-27-2009, 10:53 AM   #10
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That sounds like something you fucked up. It has nothing to do with Nissan.

Anyways, I can't believe people are actually taking their buckets into the dealership and causing hassle just to get their car fixed.
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No they don't care whats in your engine bay... i was driving with a motor that says nissan on it, most techs don't know what an sr looks like
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