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Seatbelt will not disengage to buckle

Donot know how to go about getting it unstuck

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SOURCE: My rear seatbelt in my subaru outback is locked and wont pull out to buckle up. Can it be fixed

I assume you've already worked the seat belt end back and forth with force. Did the belt move at all? Did you remove the rear seat bottom cusion from the car? That will give you additional leverage on the belt.
If the belt twisted the last time it was used and then rolled up, you need to go to the dealer or an upholstery shop for help.

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Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Even after I buckle my seatbelt the chime still

Try looking for a wire that connects to the seat belt somewhere under the seat it could have become disconnected or cut. Also try taping the fastener with something like a hammer maybe a bit of WD-40 cause something might be sticking inside the fastener.

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 2008 DODGE

sounds like your seatbelt return wiring might be loose check electrical connections and try to pulling the the seatbelt in and out rapidly to free up return mechanicism good luck

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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