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It seems that if you choose to leave the 3rd seat folded flat, that the seatbelt rests on the subwoofer grill.

Then, when listening to any of your tunes, it shakes slightly and makes a buzzing sound. Very annoying. I've had to stop and contort the seatbelt to make it stop!:p

I thought my wife had the bass up too high at first. Anyone have a fix for this?
 

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Did you disconnect the seatbelt from the seat? I found the same thing if I left it in. There is a small clip which gets disconnected. The next problem you'll have is the loop it makes on the passenger side. The plastic stopper on the belt is incorrectly placed and makes a strange loop. I ended up just folding it a second time into itself to make the loop go away. In the mean time the dealer has ordered a replacement hopefully with the stopper in the same spot as the driver's side.
 

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banningjr said:
Did you disconnect the seatbelt from the seat? I found the same thing if I left it in.
:confused: I don't understand. The seatbelt buckle just lays on the belt against the subwoofer grill.

You are right about an additional (or new) stopper. That will solve the issue. For now, I have utilized some "heavy-duty" rubber bands.:p
 

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You can also try moving the existing clip. By releasing the belt from the seat and letting it retract and then rolling the end of the clip back into itself you can take up the slack.

Oh heck, I'll take a pic and post it in the next 48hrs.
 

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banningjr: Surely, its been more than 48 hrs ;) Unless you have posted a picture in the gallery section !

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You can also try moving the existing clip. By releasing the belt from the seat and letting it retract and then rolling the end of the clip back into itself you can take up the slack.

Oh heck, I'll take a pic and post it in the next 48hrs.
 

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BUSTED!

I forgot. I'll try to get it up tonight. If not it will be another week.
 

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Ahhh. So its a weekly occurence :2:

No worries mate.

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BUSTED!

I forgot. I'll try to get it up tonight. If not it will be another week.
 

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Clipped
 

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...and looped
 

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Another way to hold up that particular seatbelt is to take a piece of velcro, loop up the belt and put the piece of velcro around it. I plan on getting another clip from my dealer and then have one clip for each side of the belt. :4:

Easy fix.
 

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I've ordered another clip also. Can't imagine what Honda will charge for it.
 

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Thanks

Thanks for the picture. Had no idea what everyone was talking about. Our Pilot came with the belts assembled in the third row. Had no idea that it even unclipped. Now I see I have the same problem and have just bunched up the one side so it all fits under the clip.
 

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More missing parts

Pictures always help. Now I see two MORE parts that are missing from my Pilot - the belt clips!
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Does anyone know if this was a Dealer Prep item, like my missing steering column cover?
 

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Jerry,

Make them give the clip to you. They obviously missed something here when designing the belt. The least they can do is give you the clip. I plan to pursue it as a warranty item. :4:
 

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I thought the belt clips were missing from my Pilot, too. But when I looked closer, they are attached to the seat belt lower hooks on the third row seats. You may also want to check yours. The installation instructions for the cargo cover also explains how to release the seat belt lower hooks from the third row seats and attach the seat belts with the clips. banningjr's pictures really helped me tidying up the seat belts. Thanks.:2: :2:
 
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