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How do you change drivers seat belt on 1995 Nissan maxima GXE Dog chewed it and got replacement from junk yard?

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2008-01-02 18:11:50
2008-01-02 18:11:50

Sorry, not an answer. My Altima's the same year. We got replacement from junkyard too, but it seems to be too short. Unfortunately replacing all seat belts via dealer will cost us $1000. THIS MAY HELP BOTH OF YOU I WENT TROUGH THIS ON ANOTHER TYPE OF CAR BUT YOU CAN REPLACE IT YOURSELF IF YOU HAVE A GOOD FRIEND.....YOU NEED A SPECIAL TOOL THAT ONLY A CSA MECHANIC CAN OWN .BUT IF HE IS YOU BUDDY HE CAN LOOSEN THE BOLTS. THEN YOU CAN REPLACE THEM.HAVE HIM CHECK AND TIGHTEN THEM TO SPECS......I DID IT THIS WAY AND SPENT ONLY $120. PLUS A CASE OF BEEEEEEEEER........BUDDY MACK

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