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Seat belt, ABS and radio issues

Hi. i have a sable 1998 and it has the following problems: the passanger seabelt (middle row, right) is stuck. i removed the panel and tried to use muscle but didn't work. my second problem is regarding ABS light. i once accidently left the parking brake on (or maybe i didn't) but anyways, the brake pads in the rear heated up a bit and i had the light come on, which won't go away. i asked the previous owner who says it's no big deal. No 3. how do i know if i have a disc changer in there somewhere?

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Chances are the seatbelt is jammed and has to be replaced either with a new factory part or a used one. 2nd you probably heated the sending unit for the abs on the wheel and as a result it has thrown the code. 3rd if you have a cd changer it will either be located in the trunk or it will be loocated in the dash console. Note: if you have the abs sending unit replaced you still will need to clear the code so the light goes out.

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