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Force the button down hard with a piece of wood ior something or even pour very little rubbing alcohol in the opening to break up sticky soda etc. etc. away. if youre talking about theyre locked in place and wont come out more then it sounds as if the unit needs replaced as the glass pack inside has discharged which locks them in place, this usually happens in a wreck.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello tracieandmia, I am assuming that the seatbelt buckles are just underneath the seat. The rear seat bottem can be removed for access. If you reach under the front part of the seat bottem near each corner and lift up, the seat will release. You will need to give it a little yank and use a little force for it to release. Once each corner is released you can remove the seat bottem. To install the seat, slide it back under the seat back and push hard down on each front corner that you had previuosly pulled up at. You should hear a definite click/lock sound when the catches are locked.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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