I have a mint, always garaged, low mileage rust free 1.9 tracer trio. Still has original rear brakes, timing belt, exhaust, plug wires and many bulbs. My automatic seat belt just started to act up on the passenger side. I am not surprised it's a common problem. Well just a little surprised perhaps because it's the passenger side that started to fail first rather than the drivers door that gets used more. Anyway the thing that disappoints me the shear amount of these cars built and no new parts are available. I know it's old but the part that failed is a door latch. It's kind of important. It's no longer giving the signal to retract the belt. I c;leaned and lubed it. It's just lame that you cant get new parts because the black plastic/rubber coating wears off and causes this malfunction. I doubt that I am going to be able to find a used part in better shape then my own. I will probably figure an alternative method to get a signal to the seat belt instead. Why do I care so much? My 16 year son failed the drivers test because the belt did not function. It's in the full back position so it's safe and you can manually release it to put it on. Despite this the state failed him for this. If states are going to be pricks about this stuff parts should be available. Rant over.