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1989 Honda Accord. The seat belt buckle is on the inside. How do I reverse?

The buckle on my 1989 Honda Accord is on the inside of the strap rather than the outside. I must twist the strap in order to engage it. How can I fix it? Thanks

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Twist the strap inside the buckle (hard to do since the opening for the strap is small) but that should take care of that one. This also works on all make and model cars that have the strap that goes through the buckle.

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