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I have a 98 volvo wagon & the rear passenger side seats r stuck.

I have a 1998 volvo wagon and i lowered my rear seats and i cannot get the rear passenger side up. It is as if the seat belt is locked.

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It is you have to remove belt to get seat up the tab that keeps belt from retracting too far came off

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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Toyota Ed

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SOURCE: 91 Camry Seat belt and power winodws on Passenger side Inop

More than likely, you have a broken wire or two between the body and the driver side front door. This is a very common issue with those cars when tey get older.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: rear passenger seat belt stuck forward. any way

Probably not you can try to get it to pull back in by pulling on it but of course i am sure you have tried this. The belt will need to be replaced. If you would like contact me and i will get you a good deal on the belt and installation instructions if you are wanting to do the repair yourself.

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Chris

Posted on Nov 22, 2009

Jason Johnson

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SOURCE: stuck seat belt

Remove the panels to the belt, normally these can miss roll and get stuck. Unbolt the unit so you can get some slack that should be enough to release and pull it back out to correct it. If that will not do it get a replacement from a junkyard and replace.

Posted on May 20, 2010

Mark Harnett

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SOURCE: My passenger seat belt I'd stuck behind the head

should be able to remove the headrest by simply lifting it up depending on the type?

Posted on Jul 20, 2011

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