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I have the same exact problem as ajwilson from Apr 07, 2009: "The seat belt for the second row seat got wrapped around the head rest and now is stuck. I need to figure a way to either release the seat belt tension or remove the head rest. Any ideas?" I did not see the answer posted on your site. Is there an easier answer than unbolting the seat or cutting the belt? Thank you.

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Dont cut the belt try to tighten more to release it or unbolt

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