Had this happen years ago in the back seat of my Silverado. My daughter was in the seat at the time. She wiggled around, making it even tighter. It was so tight that I was unable to release the belt using the buckle due to the amount of strain on the buckle. I ended up having to cut the seat belt to free her. Definitely a warranty repair, as the other posters have already stated.
Ya ...but being honest about it...it is my own fault....shop putting a stereo in tripped it....supposedly the assembly on natiknal backorder.....just wondering if dealer woukd do better than outsourcing part to sell as opposed to going to dealer under warrenty....I hate lying....always comes back
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