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Female end of seat belt sticks in down position

Female end of drivers seat belt sticks in down position when you disengage seat belt. How can I either fix this or how can I disassemble and replace the female end

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Its broken,
clean it or replace it.
there are only 2 choices, hacking a safety device is way OVER THE TOP , huh?

you can at any time , any car look at the parts

the see what is sold or not.

Posted on Mar 25, 2014


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