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Dog chewed off seat belt in front and replaced with junk yard now thejunk yard replacement will no retrack out

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Unfortunately the junk yard takes parts from wrecked vehicles. The other problem is sometimes these vehicles are exposed to the weather soyou may have rust etc. in the track. Spray WD-40 inside and tap lightly while trying to pull belt out.

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