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Hi my drivers seatbelt has locked, is there anyway to release it with out taking it to a garage?

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    big-dog420 May 11, 2010

    is it locked in or out

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You have to replace it with a new one.if u r from US u can go to the junk yard to get a replacement and it is also cheap.

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