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All the back seat belt stuck, and you can not fasten them?

The front seat belt are working, but the back seat are stuck all the tree of them, what do you advice me to do?

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  • midmonews Jan 27, 2009

    Where you can find the back seat bottom which you want me to pull up?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    I'm looking for the fasteners, have asked at dealer and O'Reillys they told me I have to buy the whole back of seat, but all I need is the plastic fasteners

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Pull the back seat bottom up. should be able to pull forward and up

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