About 1 1/2 months ago, Ford service put in a brand new front driver's side seat belt for me because my original one did not retract all the way back into the slot. Anyways, today I just noticed that this same seat belt retracts, but it doesn't fully retract and rewind itself back into the slot by itself the last 1' to 1 1/2' feet. Is this normal? I have to pull the seat belt backwards back into the slot the last 1' to 1 1/2' feet by hand. The seat belt doesn't feel loose, but it feels like it doesn't have much backwards rewind spring tension in the last 1' to 1 1/2' feet in order for it to go all the way back into the slot by itself. There is some tension, but it feels weak. How many people in here had to have Ford change their front driver's side or their front passenger side seat belts more than once because Ford Service put in a faulty seat belt from Ford? My warranty runs out on January 12th and I want to get the seat belt replaced again if the one that the Ford Service department put in is faulty. Is it common for a brand new Ford replacement front driver's side seat belt to work fine for a month or two and then become defective? I am afraid that Ford Service might tell me that there's nothing wrong with the front driver's seat belt if I tell them that the brand new one that they put in under warranty is starting to have a problem. Do you think that the seat belt is defective again or is it normal for the seat belt to have 1' to 1 1/2' feet of slack towards the end of it after most of the seat belt retracts itself back into the seat belt slot? This is starting to piss me off. Especially after Ford Service put a brand new seat belt not even 2 months ago under my warranty. My car now has 38,300 miles on it and it will be 5 years old on January 12th, 2007. Is it still covered under the warranty? If I remember well, I think that the seat belt warranty is good up to 50,000 miles/5 years?