Pulling the relay will certainly stop power to motor, big double relay behind respective panel next to rear seat. But try manually pushing the seatbeat to the end of the track, which ever side it's closest to, to make the mircoswitch. If that doesn't work, try pulling a fuse before you pull the panel off. The fuse is on the main relay panel, under the steering column. I can't describe where it is on there, just can say it's not fuse 1-22 with most of them. It's indivually located next to relays, either going to be a 5 or 10amp depending on the year. Pull all of them in that area, until you find it. Good luck. Oh yea, pull a battery cable off will you are doing this, so as not to wear down your battery or burn up your motor. Later
Yeah push it to the end untach it and pull open the square panel next to the door to reveal the factory installed..."we know these seatbelts are going to break" backup seatbell hook.......Good Luck sorry I don't know the relay.....Good Luck
if you have a 90 g60, there is no fuse to the seatbelts. you have to actually take the panel off and pull out the dual relay. it is a pain in the ass. hopefully this is not too late. u do need to take off 2 phillips screws. one at about window height on the b-pillar, and one on the panel below the door jamb. it is towards the back seat. the relay is WAY down there. and it takes a while to pull off. just be patient and dont pull at the carpeted panel like i did bc it is cheep wood and breaks easily!!!!!. hope this helps
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