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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Rear seat belt insert disappeared!

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    Hey guys. Took some friends to dinner the other night and my rear passenger said the seat belt was broken. I checked and I believe the latch/ insert piece is stuck inside the retractor area. I can hear something rattling when the belt comes out. Any idea how to get that out?
    I dont see anything obvious.20180506_082536.jpg

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    Active Member Two Rings iconic_eric's Avatar
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    Jun 21 2015
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    2010 3.2 Q5, 2004 1.8t B6, 2007 C6 3.2 A6
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    Providence, RI

    That happened to me, put the seat down and used a long set of pliers to grab the metal piece, it was really f****** annoying


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    Active Member Two Rings iconic_eric's Avatar
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    2010 3.2 Q5, 2004 1.8t B6, 2007 C6 3.2 A6
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    Providence, RI

    Also, you can pull the rubber/plastic cover up but it is glued so make sure you’re prepared to restick it


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    Veteran Member Four Rings SinCityA6's Avatar
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    '07 Mustang GT Tungsten Grey/Black
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    Sin City, USA

    Happened to me. Get yourself a extendable magnetic retriever tool, stick it in there and pull it forward enough to grab it with your fingers and pull out. Easy.


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    Established Member Two Rings
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    OK thanks man, I will get one of those and get it out. Seems silly that the slot is large enough that this happens, but glad to know it's not a dealer type of fix. Thanks again for the help.

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    Established Member Two Rings juniorcruzer's Avatar
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    2007 Suburban
    Location
    Center City Minnesota

    Quote Originally Posted by SinCityA6 View Post
    Happened to me. Get yourself a extendable magnetic retriever tool, stick it in there and pull it forward enough to grab it with your fingers and pull out. Easy.


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    Exactly correct, very easy to get with this method.

    Jon
    2010 S4 3.0T, chipwerks stage I
    2010 A6 3.0T, APR Stage 2+, Roc Euro Intake, VMR V710 18x9.5 HyperSilver, 30% tint, A3 clear marker lights, LED Reverse lights, RS6 Grill

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    Established Member Two Rings niedzial1983's Avatar
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    Happened to me too

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