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Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual: Seat Belt Latch Stop Installation Doors Door Assembly Latch and Striker

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Seat Belt Latch Stop Installation Doors Door Assembly Latch and Striker

Seat Belt Latch Stop Installation

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Preliminary ProcedureLocate the hole in the seat belt webbing where the originalseat belt stop button was located.If the original hole in the seat belt webbing is not visible,perform the following:If either the right or left stop button is missing use theopposing seat belt as a reference.With the opposing seat belt fully stowed, measure thedistance between the seat belt lower anchor and the stopbutton.Using the measurement obtained above, measure and mark thelocation of the missing stop button on the center of the seat beltwebbing.Ensure the seat belt latch plate is located above the mark ororiginal hole.

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Seat Belt Stop Button

ProcedureWork the male half of the stop button through the hole in thewebbing or at the marked location.Align the female half of the stop button with the male halfof the stop button.Snap the two halves together.Trim off any access of the male half of the stop button flushwith the female half of the stop button.

Tip:Ensure the male half of the stop button is facing forward inthe vehicle in order to ensure the stop button will not snagcustomers clothing.

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