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Sticky seat belts

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Old Mar 16th, 2019, 21:43   #1
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Default Sticky seat belts

The front seat belts are hard to release can sometimes be tricky to unclip.

You have to wiggle the release button occasionally to get it to release the seat belt.

Should I put some lock lubricant/oil in them or is there a better fix?

Car is a 2002 v70
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Old Mar 16th, 2019, 22:29   #2
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Hi, I have the same problem sometimes so I give the button release area a squirt with WD40.
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silicone spray usually works as it directly lubricates the plastic
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Update:
Silicon spray did the trick, thanks all!
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