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inspect the female end for any dirt or something inside of it , once you complete that get some WD40 or any other kind of lubricate and spray it directly into the slot of the female end then try the male end this should correct your problem.
you must see the plug or connector color + female or male and connect with the respective male or female plug or connector color. You must disconnect the positive terminal of battery for to do this. God bless you
a SMALL blade screwdriver (1/8" or smaller), "gently" inserted between the male and female jacket of the plug connector, where the catch protruding from the male connector through the female jacket. Gently rock the connector back and forth working the catch, (from the male connector) out of the slots, (of the female connector) of the female jacket, on both sides.It can be a little tricky the first couple times you try this, but you will get it... Good Luck.
A flathead screwdriver should be able to pry apart the female end of the latch. Sometimes the female end is glued together, or similar. In order to prevent damage to the connector, I would recommend you try using some tweezers or similar to pull the debris out. A bent coat hanger, thick piece of wiring, or similar may work as well.
Spray a little of WD-40 into the female end of the belt assembly. Wrap it in a clean cloth to prevent over spray, and try working the male end into the female connector. You may have to do this several times to achieve a positive result. Otherwise you may have to replace the entire seat belt assembly.
First step is to remove the tape, no way to know the process of a mad man better then to dive into his world. Just make sure no one is sitting in them when you try to connect the male to the female end, perhaps they got stuck which could be a reason they were taped over. Start with that and report back.