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I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy LSI. Seatbelt question

I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy LSI. I just had the drivers side seat belt (across the chest ) replaced because it didn't retract. The new seat belt does not engage (lock up) if you pull it sharply. Is this normal?
Do I assume it would only lock up only when one crashes or brakes sharply and there is no way to test if the seat belt is functioning properly or is there a problem?

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It has to be jerked just right for them to lock. Foreign cars are real touch when you **** them. American cars pretty much only lock up when you stop quickly and your whole body puts pressure on the belt.

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