post #1 of Old 06-01-2013, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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Seatbelt Noise

Okay, finally getting consistent warm weather and have been driving for first time my 2010 JK with the top down. It is great but for what I am sure is a simple fix for you guys that can fix or repair anything on a jeep with a straw and some crazy glue. I can't stop my seat belt from flapping against the side of jeep and making a horrible noise. Help.

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post #2 of Old 06-01-2013, 08:24 PM
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Wrap a piece of velcro around it

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Buy the cheap assorted bungie chords from an autozone or some such establishment. Use whichever and however many you want and secure the belt to the roll cage. I like the closed loop ones with the plastic ball.

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Remove the worthless factory belts and just ducttape yourself in....

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post #5 of Old 06-05-2013, 01:29 PM Thread Starter
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Velcro and bungee cords, the go to answers for most of my Jeep questions. Still had two extra velcro strips from the package bought at Home Depot to tie down the sunrider top. Attached one to driver's side seatbelt last night and problem solved. If I put the remaining velcor strip from my 4 pack in the gas tank will I get better gas mileage? Thanks for your help.
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post #6 of Old 06-05-2013, 08:05 PM
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Okay, finally getting consistent warm weather and have been driving for first time my 2010 JK with the top down. It is great but for what I am sure is a simple fix for you guys that can fix or repair anything on a jeep with a straw and some crazy glue. I can't stop my seat belt from flapping against the side of jeep and making a horrible noise. Help.
I bought some of the seatbelt pads/cushions from the dollar store and placed them where the flapping was happening. Worked like a charm!
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