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Stuck 99 chevy tracker seat belts

My two front seat belts sometimes wont work, sometimes i can put it on but then when i need to lean forward it gets stuck and i have to take it completely off to only sometimes be able get it back on. other times i can get halfway home from work before i can even try to pull it out. how do i fix this myself? im the only owner to this car and have never had a problem before the last few weeks.

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Take them out and unclip the plastic covers and clean and dry lube them

Posted on May 29, 2009

  • Shawn McGrath Jul 23, 2012

    How do you unclip the plastic covers? What do you mean by "dry lube?" I'm having a similar problem: The passenger seat belt on my 2000 Tracker is stuck. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

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