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Old 09-30-2006, 11:50 PM   #1
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My driver'* side seat belt has become frayed, and I want to replace it.

Does anyone know if you can buy just the belt itself, or is it sold as an assembly?

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I recommend the junkyard. If you can't find a clean one, I have had great success in cleaning dirty, but otherwise unfrayed belts at the local speedy wash. You have to be careful not to get too close if the spray pressure is set incredibly high. (That will actually fray the nylon.) But the hot soapy water under pressure removes almost every stain and mark leaving the belts looking new. I often do this on cars I recondition for resale. Makes a huge difference in the appearance of the belts.
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