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The belt just wont budge it may have to go back to the dealer

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My friend I have just one more possible solution to your problem. see if you can remove the seat itself and then see if the seat belt comes loose ok? the part of the seat that i am talking about is the part your thighs are touching which is the bottom part of the seat. not the part you lean against with your back. try this ok?

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