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Safey belt Issue

The safety belt won't stay latched on driver's side. Dealer wants at least $175.00 to fix, is there something I can do?

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  • kikibig Aug 08, 2008

    It didn't make it a complete fix, but now at least I can wiggle it and pull out a little and then it with click and lock!

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You can try spraying the stationary piece with wd 40 or any lubricant because the locking mechanism could just be stuck.

i hope that would do the trick..

tnx 4 using fixya...

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