Having problems with your 1994 Toyota Camry ?

How do I access the seat belt spring mechanism on driver's front side of my 2-door car?

\015 Okay from what I can see, I see a solid large trim piece that covers where I suspect the seat belt spring *probably* is. PLEASE BEAR IN MIND, ANYONE that reads this, that this is a 2-door car & the trim pieces are probably quite different in shape than those on a standard 4-door, so please keep all of that in mind.\012\012Where the seat belt "disappears" into the frame, I see one screw... but that's all I see on that whole piece... Is there possibly more? This screw is already kind of lose & the panel doesn't even budge one inch. I'm afraid of breaking it, too... O_O The spring just seems pretty weak, ESPECIALLY when it gets cold around here. I spend an extra 20-30 seconds fooling with getting the seat belt back into where it's supposed to go each time I get out of the car.\012\012I was told what might help the spring so I will need to be able to access where the mechanism is... The trouble is, I don't know how to get to it. I access it from the interior, right?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-05-2021

Answers :

You may be prohibited by law from doing stuff to this mechanism, depending on where you are.
On most Camry bodies you just carefully pull the garnish straight off. They are secured by clips in slots rather like these


It will probably be necessary to remove the lower centre pillar garnish and maybe the front upper roof garnish and the upper rear side garnish first, the same way.

Then see here p127

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