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I need new seat belt latches. Dog chewed plastic off; belts won't lock.

Junk yard. Google "junk yard" and your location and you should get some hits. Or I like Once you get them, you should be able to access the bolt that holds them in place by moving the seat all the way forward (assuming that we are talking about front seats). There should be a plastic cover that "pops" off with a little influence. Remove bolt, install new/used part.

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Is there a fuse in the 4 wheel drive shifter? My dog chewed the shifter off in a recent thiunder storm and the osdometer now reads 'no fuse' when I start up


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I have left my key in the ign.. and my dog lock all doors how can i get in?


Hopefully we are talking electric locks. You don't have On-Star do you? Just a thought.

If you are at home, Get some treats or one of your dogs toys or a steak. Yeah, that's the ticket, a big steak. Whatever you choose, I will now refer to as 'IT'.

Be patient as you do this, after an hour or more your dog will get confused as to why you aren't opening the doors. Don't get mad, or worried, make it a game.

The object of the game is to have a puppy paw connect with the unlock button. If you have a second person available, put them on door handle duty.

Get your dog interested by holding IT up so they can see IT. Act excited. Look what I have for you. Bob up and down, your dog will follow your motions. Keep playing until the button gets pushed.

I've help several people get stranded pups out of cars this way. You'll be surprised at how smart your dog can be.

My dogs have their owns keys, but I have the remote

Good luck and be careful


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My ABS light just came on in my 2002 isuzu axiom,

Funny thing is my ABS light came on and when I climbed under my truck I found out my dog got up in my wheel well and chewed the ABS line, causing the ABS light to come on. I simply spliced the line back together. Probably not the answer you'r elooking for but if you have dogs in your garage, it's worth getting under their to see if there are any hanging wires.

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Inside wiring got chewed up

the hanes jeep manual located at any autoparts store for this model cherokee comes complete with full detailed wiring diagrams, if you're lucky you can find one cheaper on amazon or ebay but they're very usefull for small repairs and troubleshooting!

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Chevy impala 2005, dog chewed off rear licence plate. Pulled out wires, do I have to take full bumper off to check damage. Blinker and lights seem to be working

See if you can pull the wires out just a little and see if there is any bare wire showing. If you can pull any wire out then more than likely the dog couldnt eather.

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if the wires are color coded match them back up

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ck wires not sockets sounds like ground problems

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Backseat repair

This sounds like a visit to the local auto salvage yard to find some used seats. new ones would be absurdly expensive. They are not too hard to get out as my brother removes his back seat every time he locks his keys in trunk of his Protege. The seats usually "hook" in.

Jul 05, 2008 | 1998 Mazda Protege

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