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My wife buckled the front seat belt into the rear latch assembly. Help!!

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Old 11-14-2011, 11:52 AM   #1
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Default My wife buckled the front seat belt into the rear latch assembly. Help!!

Yeah I guess she didn't see the rear strap while she was in the back seat. So she used the front strap to belt herself in. (I know, I get to listen to the buzzer now. Yeah!!! Haha) anyhow, I'm wondering how to get that strap out of there. It's an 05 Saleen,it is probably not much different than a mustang problem. I did find a sequence to at least turn off the seat belt buzzer but it didn't work. So I'm really not enjoying this too much. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks
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Old 11-19-2011, 10:42 PM   #2
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I would start by filing for divorce, then looking for a replacement. :P But in all seriousness, I'd try to slip a very thin, strong piece of metal into the buckle to see if you can pop the release latch?
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