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My Jeep Wranglers driver seat belt will not work.

My 1995 Jeep Wranglers driver seat belt will not click into position. The button mechanism is not working. Its one of the old metal seat belt buttons and it wont ''Unclick''. Any suggestions? Please help!

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DO NOT TRY TO FIX IT....an unsafe belt is like a gun with the safety off.please replace it asap.its an easy job to do,just remove the trim and the bolts are in front of you....

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