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Far rear wall seat belts are locked in the retracted position. How do I access the re-tractor mechanism?

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Hi,I am guessing you haven't used these belts for a while.Quite often they will wind themselves up with normal car movement and lock.Grab the belt and pull as hard as you can(stretch it).It should come free.

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