How do I fix a seat belt that won't click together?

Asked by GuruV5CXH Mar 26, 2020 at 09:40 AM about the 2007 GMC Envoy

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Driver's seat belt won't click together. Is there an easy fix or do I need a whole new seat belt?

4 Answers

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It's usually a bent or missing spring in the buckle. You can't buy just the replacement part. Best bet is to find a used one at a junk yard. You can use an online service like car-part.com

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When it comes to safety equipment I wouldnt mess around with a "quick fix" you might get it to latch now, but it could fail again, in an accident. I would replace it. That doesnt mean you have to go to the dealer and spend a ton of money. Call your local salvage yards or look on Amazon and pick on up on the cheap!

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Make sure the latch is going in right , flip it over ,or in the correct pocket ,

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I'm going through this myself on my own GMT360, just need to unbolt the female part and replace. I'm going to junkyard myself.

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