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Rear seatbelt How do I remove the left, rear seatbelt? Tension spring is not working. Drivers Side rear bealt will not recoil. Looks like you have to remove the whole flaming rear seat and back assemblies JUST to remove the parcel tray JUST to unbolt the ONE bolt and remove/service the tensioner --- AAAArrrrgggghhhh !

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Fold rear down take outter seat off one twelve bolt at bottom remove clps and pck tray YOU GOT IT

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