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Holden Astra rear middle seat belt


I'm having trouble with my rear middle seat belt in my Holden astra. It seems to be stuck. I can not pull it out to do it up and use it!
Any help will be apreciated!

Thanks Shirley x

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Re: Holden Astra rear middle seat belt

On my 2005 ask a holden dealer i spent 10mins and manage to dismantlethe cord and mechanisim off it for now has something to do with seat tilt button

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Re: Holden Astra rear middle seat belt

Just pull slowly until become long enough to bucle it /straight the belt and release pull again slowly , then ok

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