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My Drivers side seat belt is stuck in the buckle(2005 mustang)

I have a 2005 mustang V6 and my drivers side seat belt is stuck in the buckle and it wont come out when i push the button. Even though its in the buckle the chime keeps going off and its very annoying because it beeps every minute. How do I get it to come out?

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Ive had this happen. Just keep wiggling it and it'll eventually come undone. Maybe a little WD40.

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That sounds like a pretty big deal. Imagine if your passanger had to get out quick in an emergency. Ford should fix that regardless if it's under warranty or not. I would look into it. I know some parts like cats are under a longer warranty.

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That could be a serious situation if you had to get out quick. I think it is obvious that something is broken inside the locking mechanism. The sensor is not recognizing that the belt is in the lock, though it is stuck in it.

Buy any chance are you still stuck in the car. When I read the post all I could picture was that phone call, "honey can you bring the laptop out to me in the garage, over here, over here in the car"

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man, welcome to the forums, sorry to hear you`ll have to eat at the drivethrough tonight you could allways try my old buddy mumbles trick, take some feeler guages and slide them in there. i would get that replaced for sure.

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