Question about Toyota Cressida
Really need the model to give precise diagnosis.But generally if the clamp is not releasing the buckle, there is either a fault in the clamp mechanism or a foreign object is lodged inside it like a small coin.Try pushing the buckle in toward the clamp while pressing the release button. Some are hooked up to seat belt pretension circuits and the fastened position you mention may be that the innertia wont unreel the belt to put it on.Changing the angle of the car usually will release it,otherwise it will need replacing.
I hope this helps or get back to me with further findings and detail.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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