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2000 Ranger seat belt female end will not except male end

Can't connect seat belt. Male end will not insert into the female end.

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LOOK INSIDE THE FEMALE RECIVER AND MAKE SURE THERE IS NOTHING IN THERE. EVEN SOMETHING SMALL CAN MAKE IT SO THE RECIEVER WONT CLICK INTO PLACE

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