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2012 honda odyssey third row seatbelt problems

Okay so i have the 2012 honda odyssey in the lowest trim level. we had family over for a long weekend a few months ago and my friends daughter had to sit in the middle seat of the third row. so we pulled the seatbelt down from the roof. now the seatbelt is still buckled in, and i really need it to go back up onto the roof. but the thing is i looked all over the third row seat and couldnt find a button or anything...PLEASE HELP!!!! thx

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  • kartheek Feb 18, 2012

    @ answerer #2- i dont care if the buckle doesnt work again....i just want to take them apart

  • kartheek Feb 18, 2012

    sorry "answerer #2" i meant to say jonathan smith! sorry still learning how to use the sight

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