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The backseat seat belt ,when you pull it out it rolls over and locks up where it won't come out or go in?

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Remove the seat belts from the floor and seat. Use a screw driver to open the seat belt casing and clean it out. Often seat belts can get stuck when coming out or going in, if there is debris in there.

The only other thing to look out for, is to check the spring. If the spring has stopped functioning, it's more worth your time to get a new one then to try and fix the old one.

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