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Have an extended seatbelt in driver side. want to swap with passenger. what are the cables that seam to be attached?? how do i swap buckle sides only

On a 2008 subaru forester. have an extended seatbelt in driver side. want to swap with passenger. what are the cables that seam to be attached?? how do i swap buckle sides only

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  • dcwakeley May 31, 2009

    removed the torx bolt from body ok....how do i separate the two halves or pieces of the torx bolt without breaking it...otherwise i have the belt off and the torx bolt off but i am unsure of disconnecting the two parts of the torx bolt...thank a lot for the help

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Just slide the seats all the way forward and you will see a cap on the lower part of the cable,Pull the cap off and you will see a Torx bolt that hold them to the body of the vehicle,Remove the bolts and swap the positions,bolt back into the new location.

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