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Seat belt buckle

How do you replace a seat belt buckle? My drivers seat belt buckle disintigrated in my hand the other day and I want to switch buckles with the center buckle that I don't use. I can't seem to get the fastener loose with the allen key. Have tried WD 40 to loosen it but that isn't working. Is there something I am not doing that I should. Is there another fastener I don't know about? n you advise mme please? Thank you

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