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How do I fix a stuck retractable seat belt?

The passenger side seat belt on my 1999 chevy blazer is stuck and will not retract. Is there a diy with pictures that explain how to release a stuck retractable seat belt?

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You can't it is not designed that way. The seatbelt mechanism is damaged and needs to be replaced.

Posted on May 08, 2016

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The passenger seat belt wont come out of the B-pillar?? You will have to remove the B-pillar cover to REPLACE the retractor. It is not recomended to attempt a repair on a seat belt(unless it is just twisted and jammed) You may have to cut the belt if it is too tight to gain access.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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Hello there i have a 2000 chevy blazer has done faily well for having 150,000 miles on it, the problem im having is the passenger seat belt is stuck in retract any quick fixes?


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