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Dodge Caliber 2010 passenger seat belt stuck

My seat belt was put around the head rest while I was taking my mom to the hospital. Not it is stuck around it and I cant get it off or sit in the seat

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SOURCE: my 99 dodge 1500 quad cab passenger seat belt wont release

get a retractor from a salvage for half price, you need like a torx 50 or 55 to remove the retractor

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SOURCE: how to change head light bulbs on a dodge caliber

Park the Dodge Caliber on a flat paved or concrete surface. Turn the steering wheel all the way to the side opposite the headlight you are replacing. In other words, if you are replacing the left headlight, turn the wheel all the way to the right. Apply the parking brake and release the hood latch.

  • Step 2 Place a wheel chock behind one of the rear tires.
  • Step 3 Open the hood. This is to allow some light to reach down into the engine compartment.
  • Step 4 Raise the front quarter panel of the side you need to replace the headlight on with the floor jack and place the jack stand under the front frame rail on that side.
  • Step 5 Remove the fender well plugs using the plastic plug puller tool. You do not have to remove the entire fender well cover, but the more plugs you remove, the more access it will give you to the headlight assembly.
  • Step 6 Unplug the headlight switch. Make sure you are unplugging the headlight which will be the inboard plug.
  • Step 7 Turn the headlight bezel a quarter turn counterclockwise and extract the bulb and bezel.
  • Step 8 Insert the new headlight into the bezel, being careful not to touch the glass bulb.
  • Step 9 Insert the bezel and headlight into the headlight assembly and turn a quarter turn clockwise to lock it into place.
  • Step 10 Plug the wire connector into the headlight. This would be a good time to get up and go test the light to make sure it's working.
  • Step 11
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    SOURCE: 1997 Dodge 2500 4 wheel drive pickup - Both Front

    Seat belts lock up when the belt is pulled on as the pendulum is rocking, and it could have been released at this time on a hill. This would make the belt lock up. But it should not do that when it is coiled up as the spool is full and the lock is pushed out of the way. You may have to force it to release by pulling and jerking on the belt as you are standing out side of the truck, not moving! Use a flash light to check the pocket for debris....

    Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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    SOURCE: i have a 200 dodge ram 1500 and the seat belts are

    WD 40 is the best first move. Just squirt it right inside the seatbelt latch and work it by pressing the button and putting in and taking back out the other end of the seatbelt. I bet this will do it. The Raz

    Posted on Apr 16, 2010

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    SOURCE: How do you remove a dodge caliber serpantine belt?

    take an 11/16 wrench and turn tensioner pulley towards cockpit then slip the belt off of the top idler pulley

    Posted on Jun 29, 2010

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