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Old 10-16-2006, 10:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just noticed that the 3rd row left (drivers side) belt does not have a stop on it (prevents the buckle from sliding all the way down when not in use) but the right side does, as do the left and right 2nd and front row belts. Did they forget to put it on or could this possibly be intentional?
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Same on mine. The pass side buckel rests on the side where the sub woofer is and the vibrations drive me crazy, I have to play a little to get it to stop. Wished they would have forgot the stop on that one.
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Thats strange...mine has a stop on the drivers side, not the passenger. I just took the passenger side and buried it under the fold down seat.. got tired of it rattling down the road
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Just noticed that the 3rd row left (drivers side) belt does not have a stop on it (prevents the buckle from sliding all the way down when not in use) but the right side does, as do the left and right 2nd and front row belts. Did they forget to put it on or could this possibly be intentional?
No, that sounds about right - there are stops ("buttons") in both belts, they are just at different heights. They have all been that way since 2002. You end up having a longer length of belt hanging on the passenger side and a short length on the drivers side. You can change the location of the retaining clips to stop the passenger side from banging around.

This photo shows the passenger side (left side of photo) and drivers side (right side of photo) and how to position the clips to account for the different lengths below the buttons.

Here's a thread from '02 too.
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Same here, I used to fold the hanging section of the belt back over and double up on the clip to keep it from banging around back there. It's really an awkward setup - I wonder why Honda hasn't addressed it. Seems like an easy fix.
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No, that sounds about right - there are stops ("buttons") in both belts, they are just at different heights. They have all been that way since 2002. You end up having a longer length of belt hanging on the passenger side and a short length on the drivers side. You can change the location of the retaining clips to stop the passenger side from banging around.

This photo shows the passenger side (left side of photo) and drivers side (right side of photo) and how to position the clips to account for the different lengths below the buttons.

Here's a thread from '02 too.
Thanks. Checked last night and you are correct. Both belts have the stops (actually plastic rivets), just in different locations. The reason that I missed the driver's side is that I did not realize until I saw your post and read the prior (thanks for the link) that the 3rd row outside belts could be unhooked, similar to the center belts. I was just leaving them attached. Now it all makes sense! Thanks!
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My 2006 EX-L does not have those clips.. should it????
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My 2006 EX-L does not have those clips.. should it????
Yes, look at the point where the belt anchors (the part that can be released by inserting a key into the slot).
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My 2006 EX-L does not have those clips.. should it????
Yes, you should have a plastic, sliding clip on each belt (circled in yellow in the picture above) in the third row. The clips are used to retain the "dangling" part of the set belt when you have them disconnected from the seat for storage.

As Calcio pointed out, the clips are normally kind of hidden in the loop that goes through the connector. I moved up my passenger side clip so the belt stores without making a large loop.

NOTE: The center belt does not have a clip, since it stores in the ceiling.
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I found my clips... Thanks.. I had the 3rd row folded down with the bels still attached - I unclipped them and found them.. I am so glad I found this thread b/c the bels were putting marks on the seat - much better now..
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