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How do I remove the panel covering seatbelt mechanics to repair seatbelt on 2003 ford mustang?

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FIle a compaint if you have a faulty seatbelt

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First disconnect the battery, that seat belt unit can blow up, it has an explosive charge to tighten the belt in an accident, and make sure you are static free.

most of these are held in place with just plastic clips and just takes some pushing and pulling. it should just be the bolt at the top of the belt harness that you will need tools for.

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