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Volvo v 70 rear seatbelt stuck - 2003 Volvo V70

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Replacement of the seat belt is in order.

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SOURCE: Volvo V70 rear seatbelt jammed

i know this sounds rough, but pull the seat belt with both hands as hard as you can, this will more than likely free the seat belt, some of the seat belt may have jammed in the gear inside the roller box.......

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SOURCE: Volvo V70 rear seatbelt jammed

you can remove the bolt that holds the seatbelt to the floor by pulling off the seatpad where the belt goes to the floor and then raise the seat and the belt should reset. this happens on my passenger side rear seat.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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