I've heard of others that have had the same problem with Gen 2 ('94), so figured someone on here might have had a go at fixing it and would have some advice. The driver side shoulder belt just stopped halfway up the track one day. It was still trying to move it constantly (had to tear the pillar apart and unplug the thing for fear of draining the battery with the constant switch on/switch off. Before it stopped completely, it would sometimes bog down like the motor was losing power. One day it retracted halfway up the track to about 2/3 the way back through the straight section, and stopped, even though the motor kept clicking on, pulling, then switching off. Now, I'm not even that concerned with fixing it unless it's something simple. I would almost rather just figure out how to move it into locked position and leave the motor unplugged for good. Problem is I can't for the life of me figure out how to move the belt through the track. It doesn't quite feel "jammed" as I can move the carriage about 1/2" in either direction, but that's it. I figured there's a lock of some sort that prevents it from moving without the cable being pulled, but when I had the pillar taken apart and the seat out of the way, I could not find any way of manually moving the cable without tearing apart the motor, and did not want to do that on a car I haven't even paid for and without knowing if I'd actually be able to make a difference if I did. I've always had bad experiences with taking apart electric motors and would rather leave that to a pro. However, I also don't want to get a ticket for the seat belt (not to mention safety). So, anyone know how to or if it possible to manually retract the shoulder belt carriage into the locked back position so I can just leave it there and buckle it whenever I drive?