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02 mustang gt seat belt won't come out

We believe the seat belt got twisted inside the side of the car. How do we get the door panel off with out breaking it to untwist the seat belt?

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Never seen one here in spain,but most cars you have to remove the door rubber surround first then the kicker plate to remove the pillar trim to get to the seat belt mechanism .best of british

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