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Old 08-12-2006, 01:17 PM
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my rear passenger side seat belt does not pull out. i was wondering how to remedy this problem.
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Can you push it back in? Sometimes mine will do that too. Couple of jerks and it will unlock itself.
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haven't tried, i just had some people riding in the back last night and they said it wouldn't pull out, i'm sure they tried that
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go out to look at the belts, sometimes if you pull too hard too fast, it'll tension up. I'd try pulling it at different angles and at different speeds.
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