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Seatbelt stuck Rear shoulder belts are stuck in my 1993 Buick LeSabre

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Try shooting some break clean up in there to get rid of the debris that has built up over years, also they could use some lubrication, so if can shoot some wd40 or penetrating lubricant in there two.

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