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Honda Odyssey - 1998 seat belt problem

Hi, I've had to replace my passenger side, 2nd row seat belt, and I've come up against a problem. I've fitted my replacement belt mechanism without too much problem, sash works great, and everything works ok. But....the new belts lock do not match the old belts retainer (probably not the right terms for them). Now I got a new retainer to match, the new belt, but I'm having problems fitting it. The retainer is fitted via bolts, that as far as I can see can only be accessed from underneath the seat. This would appear to mean that I need to completely dismantle the underside of the seats mechanism to get to the bolts.

Any idea's?

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