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I had the same problem with my driver side female side of the seatbelt assy. the screw(torx bolt) was seized.tried liquid wrench to no avail ,then used heat(propane torch) but be carefull the heat will traval across seat support to the chasis where the fuel line is and it may cause the plastic lines to melt causing a fire,so i used the heat with the assistance of a friend inside the vehicle to undo the screw and me underneath the vehicle with heat we were able to remove the screw.don't forget to protect the fuel lines from the heat (wet rags,or sheilded from any heat transfer)the danger is the feul lines r under pressurse

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