Question about Nissan Sentra
Remove the "loose" end(not connected to the mechanism) of the belt from its mounting point. Let the belt retract a little and then try pulling it again, this time slowly. Unroll the belt completely and make sure it has not twisted in the reel. If the belt is completely rolled into the reel, pull as hard as you can and release it slightly then pull slowly again. Dismantling the reel is not recommended. This is a safety critical unit. You dont want it failing because you reassembled it incorrectly.
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