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The front seat belt was locked to the back seat belt in error

My little niece just pulled the front seat belt on my 2005 honda accord and put it in the back seat lock in error. How do I unlock it? It is completely stuck.

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You may have to pry it out, but would have to replace the lock assembly can get one at reck yard or supply shop

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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