Seat belt inspectionSeat belt inspection  - Seats and seat belts - Mitsubishi Carisma Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Carisma

(1) Check the belts for cuts, worn or frayed webbing and for cracked or deformed metallic parts. Replace the belt assembly if defective.
(2) A dirty belt should be cleaned with neutral detergent in warm water. After rinsing in water, let it dry in the shade. Do not attempt to bleach or re-dye the belts because this affects their characteristics.

WARNING

(1) All seat belt assemblies including retractors and attaching hardware should be inspected by an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer after any collision. We recommend that seat belt assemblies in use during a collision be replaced unless the collision was minor and the belts show no damage and continue to operate properly.
(2) Do not attempt to repair or replace any part of the seat belt assemblies; this work should be done by an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer. Failure to have an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer perform the work could reduce the effectiveness of the belts and could result in serious injury in the event of a collision.
(3) Once the pre-tensioner has activated, it cannot be re-used. It must be replaced together with the retractor.
(4) The entire pre-tensioner seat belt system must be inspected by an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer.

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