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How do I fix a broken automatic seat belt on a 1994 Nissan Sentra? The automatic drivers side shoulder strap seems to be stuck at the front position and will not return to the rear position so the belt straps me down.Hope this makes sense.Any help would be appreciated..Thank you

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