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Driver's seat belt no longer locks in place. Can I

Mazda 2003 Protege driver's seat belt no longer locks in place. Can I fix this?? Thanks.

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No. it automaticly locks. it;'s a safety feature, bunch of ********, to make you waste money. but it's true. you need to replace it. the manufacturer designed it that way. no joke.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010


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