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Stuck seat belt

I have a 1998 buick century and the driver side back seat belt is stuck. Cannot be pulled out. Need help hours away from family road trip with 2 kids.

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My 1999 Buick Century has the same problem. Shanat's solution works for most cars, but not in this case. As Three4Preid wrote, the strap is already back inside as far as it will go. Has anyone found a solution for this yet???

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I have a problem wiht driver seabelt dont lock

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In regards to the previous solution you can't gentle feed it back because its stuck and there is no slack, it won't release at all.

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Try parking on a level surface, then gently feed the belt back where it comes from, very gently pull it back out as if you were putting it on. hope this helps

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