Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
You should pull the belts all the way out to make certain that they are not folded over themselves-check to make sure there is not something in the locking mechanism causing this, and if necessary take the vehicle to the dealer to have them check it-usually safety related devices are covered under extended warranty terms and it may get repaired for free.
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