VW Seat Belt Repair


Volkswagen seat belt repair service after accident. Compatible with all models.


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VW Seat Belt Repair - Replacement Alternative

Accident? Salvage vehicle? Crashed car? Airbag light on? Crash data and hard codes pointing to a faulty seat belt tensioner or retractor? Resistance too high or resistance too low? You are purchasing a repair service to rebuild your locked or blown VW seat belt after accident. The price is for 1 seat belt retractor, tensioner or buckle. This repair service is compatible with all Volkswagen models, including (but not limited to)

VW Beetle seat belts locked, blown, tensioner
VW Cabriolet locked seatbelts, blown tensioner
VW CC seat belt pretensioner
VW Eos seat belt retractor
VW Golf seat belt tensioners, retractors
VW GTI seatbelts, seat belts
VW Jetta seat belt tensioner, retractor
VW New Beetle seat belts locked after accident
VW Passat seat belts locked, blown, tensioner
VW Rabbit locked seatbelts, blown tensioner
VW Tiguan seatbelts, tensioners, retractors
VW Toureg seat belt locked, blown seat belt

Our seat belt repair service is an affordable alternative to seat belt replacement saving you hundreds of dollars. 

Checkout online and pay for the service. Then mail in your seat belts to:


Questions? Call (855) 552-7233
Text us! 413-454-5570

Upon receiving your seat belts with payment confirmation, your seat belts will be repaired within 24 hours and shipped back via FedEx return shipping. A tracking # will be emailed to you. 


Volkswagen seat belts are equipped with a pyrotechnic device that ignites in the event of a crash triggered by the airbag module computer. Once deployed, the seat belts will no longer function properly. It is very important to have your seat belts repaired and working safely. All Volkswagen seat belt retractors, tensioners and buckles can be repaired. We use OEM parts to replace the gas-charge and rebuild the mechanism meeting or exceeding the manufacturer specifications. Your repaired seat belt is guaranteed to work during the unlikely event of another accident.