Question about 2007 Ford Fusion I4 SEL Sedan
1. On the door post, the belt holder can slide up and down. Slide it to loosen the belt tension, being careful to not let the belt tighten.
2. If no belt slack, try adjusting the seat back either lean forward or back, if possible.
3. You may have to move seat back / forth and adjust seat back a certain way.
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