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The drivers seat belt on my Mazda 3 has locked can this be solved by me manually

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yes this can be fixed all you have to do is take the car door panel off and reset the seat belt manually

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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Not really, you just need to be carefull not to brake the plastic covers but you can get them separate than use a thin spanner and you should be able to do it without removing the seat.

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no. it automaticly locks. it;'s a safety feature, bunch of ********, to make you waste money. but it's true. you need to replace it. the manufacturer designed it that way. no joke.

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If you cannot get it, I would have to think that the dealer has to fix that-safety and emissions are covered for 8 years or 80,000 miles, I am pretty sure. It it can be pushed/pulled, it might release, otherwise make it the dealer's problem.

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The drivers seat belt on my Mazda 3 has locked, can this be fixed by me manually


yes this can be fixed all you have to do is take the car door panel off and reset the seat belt manually

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