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The shoulder/lap belt (drivers side) has fallen out of its anchorage. How do I reattach it?

The bolt is attached in an assembly, and I can't figure out how to screw it back in.

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Its a safety issue...take it to the dealer..there should be no charge

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Section 01-20A: Restraints, Active 1999 Taurus, Sable Workshop Manual
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Safety Belt, Lap/Shoulder The dual locking mode retractor on the shoulder belt portion of the combination lap/shoulder safety belt for the front seat passenger and rear seat outboard passengers operates in two ways:
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