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Old 04-09-2008
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Seatbelt not buckleing

So I got in my truck after working today and before I even back out of my spot my seat belt unbuckled. On the way home it did it twice more. When I got home I discovered that it only needs to be pushed down about 1/8" to unlatch, or just bumped from any side. I don't know if it would protect me in an accident.

If I took it to ford would they fix it for free because its a safety devise and it shouldn't be failing after 3 and a half years? or should I just go get a new buckle from the JY and replace it myself?
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I'd take it to Ford, I bet they would fix it being a safety device like you said.
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I think the safety parts have long warrantys
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5 years ???? i think

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