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Audi a3 passenger seatbelt is stuck

Hi, i have a small crush few months ago and since then passenger seat belt is stuck so nobody can use it

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    cant get the front seat passenger belt out of its casing, its jammed evn if try to pull it out.

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You have to check airbac asap!
or use teflon spray.

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