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1998 ford mustang seat belt jammed will not come out how do i fix it?

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Make sure that nothing is stuck inside the belt retracter,if not then i would replace it,you cant open it up or it might not work properly in a crash, try pulling it lightly a few times to see if it frees up.

Posted on May 13, 2010

  • Vecchio Aug 23, 2012

    What worked for me (after trying to rip the thing out) was to pull on it VERY slowly.

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