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Drivers side Seat-belt removal procedure

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Old May 17th, 2018, 7:46 PM
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Hello everyone,

I am having trouble finding a drivers side shoulder seat belt removal procedure. It is a heated, airbag and power seat.
Also Im searching where to buy this seat belt. Any help please.
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more info required...make model year engine
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Old May 18th, 2018, 6:49 AM
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Sorry it's a Chevy 2002 suburban 1500 LS
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is the seat belt built into the seat?
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Yes it is built in the seat, also it has a side airbag
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1. Move the front seat to the full forward position. disconnect the battery

IMPORTANT: Do not remove the seat back cover from the head restraint retainers.

2. Remove the seat back cover and pad.
3. Separate the seat foam from the cardboard to gain access to the retainer on the seat belt side.
4. Remove the seat belt side cardboard retainers.
5. Move the cardboard outwards to gain access to the lower seat belt retractor bolt.
6. Remove the retractor bolt.
7. Remove the retractor tower retaining screw.
8. Remove the retractor tower cover.
9. Remove the upper anchor bolt.
10. Remove the retractor from the seat.
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