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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Clean the cookie crumbs out of the receiving end of the seat belts. Not even kidding. You need some high pressure air. Or a pressure washer (ask around - pressure washer owners always are looking for a reason to use those things).
I'm not being funny, if the belts won't latch, something is clogging the latch. Unless the male end of the belt is too short, or the receiving end is too short, and they just don't reach. In which case the operator my be the issue.
Posted on Aug 06, 2012
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