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I have a Suzuki gv7 the lock on the drivers seat broke, i had a pull wire that let me get the seat off but it got stuck under the seat and now i cant get the drivers seat off, what can i do?

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Carry it to a dealer

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    Ok i know that i was seeing if there was something i could do before thst



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You will have to de-trim the seat back to access the mechanism.

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On the 90s S models there were two screws holding the rails in front and two in back. remove those bolts, disconnect the battery and then the seat belt light wiring plug and the thing should come right out.

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Usually when that happens the Seat Belt Assembly need to be replaced, they are Non-Servicable, meaning that there are no internal replacement parts that can be replaced or fixed.

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Go to and register your vehicle by VIN #..
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