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Passenger seat belt in lock position stuck behind the headrest

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SOURCE: Passenger side seat belt won't pull out

It could have twisted on recoil and is now stuck. You'd have to remove the interior panel to view that.

On the really bad side, the seat belt pretensioner could have failed or fired and locked the belt in place. If that's the case, I'd have a mechanic replace it since you can trigger an air bag deployment replacing it yourself.

Posted on May 03, 2009

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SOURCE: My seat belt got wrapped around my headrest from

Right below the headrest, there should be a little button like switch sticking out. Push it in and you can move your head down or up and off.

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Rear seatbelt stuck behind head rest in locked position

haha we know you didnt do it on purpose, without seeing your problem and the hard to describe issue, i can only recommend to maybe try folding the seat to the cargo position, if that helps. if not, then you will more than likely need to disassemble the rear quarter panel, and unbolt the seat belt retractor from the body of the vehicle. sorry but there is no other way

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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SOURCE: My passenger fold down seat will not go back up.

Sheer force made it go back up. It looks like it is very strained though.

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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SOURCE: seat belt buckle stuck in locked position

Try sliding a thin long metal shim such as a butterknife in between, you may have to "Pickthe Lock",once it unlocks, you'll need to go see "Yard" for a used retainer that has 1 big bolt thru the floor, under the seat

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The set belt stop has been lost so the seat belt retracts too far when the seat is laid flat. When laid flat the release mechanism lock as it should when not level. So the seat cannot be raised up as the belt is too tight and locked.
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