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Most likely the mechanisms have been damaged in the process of serving their intended purpose. If the seatbelt does not respond properly the best course of action would be to replace it. However if one felt competent, they could disassemble the unit and inspect it for damage. Replacement parts can be found in various places like the dealership, or even online.
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
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