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Mazda 5 the receiver on the seat belt came apart. I reckon it happened when seats where being folded down. It s come apart and now don't know how it gets back together?

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    Mazda 5 and seat belt receiver came apart. I have all the parts, how to I put in back together?

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Bring it to your dealer, that's a Federal safety issue and dealer will warranty that (by law)

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