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December 24, 2012 10:11 AM Subscribe
Can I fix this seat belt by myself?
posted by sacrifix to Travel & Transportation (16 answers total)
A friend was putting on the seat belt in the passenger seat of my 2004 Nissan Sentra and this piece
came out of this hole
. The hole is below and slightly behind the car seat, on the wall. I've done some googling and have not been able to find much information about an issue like this, mainly because the "belt" responses I'm getting have more to do with serpentines than seats. It looks to me like I can just screw it back in, but I wanted to get another opinion before I did something potentially dangerous with a seat belt.