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BO022R-04 12/09/2005 Restraints - Seat Belt Extender Availability/Application



'03 - '05 Toyota & '04 - '05 Scion

December 9, 2004

TSB REVISION NOTICE :^ December 9, 2005: Series QSS has been updated to R-7. In the "Rear Seat Belt Extender Applications" section, series Q-4 for the 2005 model year Sequoia and Tundra has been updated to Q-5, and the Tundra D-Cab has been added.
Previous versions of this TSB should be discarded.


Toyota and Scion customers who find it necessary to increase the length of their seat belts may obtain Seat Belt Extenders at no cost through their local Toyota dealer.

^ The extender is available in 6 inch, 9 inch, 12 inch, 15 inch and 18 inch lengths.

^ The extender is available only in black.

^ Owners are informed of the Seat Belt Extender availability through the Toyota Owner's Manual included in each vehicle.

The customer (individual requiring the extender) must visit a Toyota dealership to have the required measurements made and to complete the Seat Belt Extender Worksheet. The worksheet will allow the proper fitting and selection of a Seat Belt Extender for the customer. The dealership personnel should then determine the applicable part number and place an order through Dealer Daily.

The dealership service department should complete the affixed Seat Belt Extender Customer Information Label on the part and review the Owner Instructions" with the customer. The dealership should give a copy of the completed worksheet and Owner Instructions to the customer and keep the originals in the customer's file.

To assure utmost owner satisfaction, it is recommended that a dealership designate one person to coordinate all activities related to the Seat Belt Extender issue.

It is recommended that dealerships do NOT stock Seat Belt Extenders due to the need for proper fitting to individual customers.

This bulletin contains the following information:

Procedure and Sample Label

Application Charts

Part Number Information

Owner Instructions

Seat Belt Extender Worksheet

Applicable Vehicles

^ 2003 - 2005 model year Toyota vehicles.

^ 2004 - 2005 model year Scion vehicles.

Warranty Information


1. Customer requests a Seat Belt Extender from dealer.

2. Dealer verifies the need for a Seat Belt Extender and obtains a current copy of this TSB and copies the Worksheet.

3. Dealer measures the customer and completes the Worksheet. Dealer determines the correct part number and places an order for the part through Dealer Daily.

4. Dealer receives Seat Belt Extender and calls the customer to check the fit of the part.

5. If the Seat Belt Extender fit is good, dealership personnel completes the Customer Information Label on the part, explains usage of the part, and gives the customer a copy of the completed Worksheet.

6. Dealer places copy of the completed Worksheet in the customer's records.

Sample Seat Belt Extender Customer Information Label

Sienna Front Seat Belt Extender Applications

Sienna Rear Seat Belt Extender Applications

Front Seat Belt Extender Applications

Rear Seat Belt Extender Applications

Part Number Information

Owner Instructions

Failure to follow the recommendations indicated below could result in reduced effectiveness of the seat belt restraint system in case of vehicle collision, causing personal injury.

If your seat belt cannot be fastened securely because it is not long enough, a personalized Seat Belt Extender is available from your Toyota dealer free of charge.

Please visit your local Toyota dealer so that the dealer can order the proper required length extender. Bring the heaviest coat you expect to wear for proper measurement and selection of length. Additional ordering information is available at your Toyota dealer.

When the Seat Belt Extender is provided for rear seat positions (with automatic locking retractor), make sure the retractor is locked when in use.

To connect the extender to the seat belt, insert the tab into the seat belt buckle so that the buckle-release buttons of the extender and the seat belt are both facing outward as shown.

You will hear a click when the tab locks into the buckle.

When not in use, remove the extender and store in the vehicle for future use.

CAUTION :On vehicles equipped with SRS - Occupant Classification System (OCS)*, it is critical that the extender tab be buckled into the buckle AFTER the occupant sits down in the seat.

Leaving extender installed in the buckle before sitting down will cause the OCS to be in the "airbag off" or disarmed state.

* OCS will enable or disable the passenger front and side airbags based on passenger weight and seat belt latch position classifying the passenger as a child or adult.

CAUTION :When using the Seat Belt Extender, observe the following. Failure to follow these instructions could result in reduced effectiveness of the seat belt restraint system in case of vehicle accident, increasing the chance of personal injury.

^ Never use the Seat Belt Extender if you can COMFORTABLY fasten the seat belt without it.

^ The Seat Belt Extender must never be used with any child safety seats.

^ Remember that the extender provided for you may not be safe when used on a different vehicle, or for another person or at a different seating position than the one originally intended for.
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