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Seatbelt system issues

I own a 96 Mustang v6 with 208,000 miles. The seatbelt systems have worn down ALOT!!! The only way they retract is by forcing them to do so. Sometimes I forget and they hit the door when I close it and it seems to not be good for the door. What should I do? Should I replace the whole system? Where can I get these parts cheap?


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https://www.midtennfordparts.com/mustang-parts.html were i bought replacements for mine. look under restraints, they have all the pulleys and what youll need, unless you can find 2nd hand ones at a junk yard

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too bad you wernt closer i have a set of them from a 95 that i took out of my white mustang that im sure would fit
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