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Recommend reporting the Broken Seat Belt Problem to the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. They have a location on their website to report Safety concerns for vehicles.Report it
I think your mistaken. Any dealer any car with a seatbelt issue will be fixed free of charge. I had a pilot and for some reason the seatbelt flipped over in the cradle impossible to happen still worked I tried to flip it over no way. Dealer said they unbolted it and reran it throught the harness because it was impossile that it fliped in the first place and impossile to correct without rerunning it. Anyway it was free and any seatbelt issue is free for the life of vehicle as it is a liabilty. By the way pilot was out of warranty as well.........Raise hellllllllllllllllllllllReport it
this car is sooo baaadReport it
There is a recall for that. Mine broke at 5000 miles. front seatbelts have been replaced 4 times also. Tightens firmly around driver - dangerousReport it
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