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If I had the problem I would look at a junkyard or on line at e-bay for a replacement. You will need to get the buckle and the belt that it is attached to that goes down to the floor down through the crack in the seat. Remember the buckle receiver is made for the certain belt in the front and rear seats. I have often tried to put the wrong belt in a buckle and it would not fit. ( Example: the right belt goes in the right buckle.) Be blessed.
Technically, the "latchplate won't lock into the buckle." Did it ever? If so, look into the buckle and check that no foreign objects are in the buckle (children do this all the time). Confirm the latchplate isn't deformed. Check to see if you are using the correct latchplate for that seating position.
I need the same buckle and just found the original manufacturer. The company is Prym and the buckle is an "overall buckle". Seems that black and white 35mm and 25mm width buckles are available. Check your local haberdashery for it!