How undo seat belt to remove cargo barrier Toyota Corolla Ascent station wagon

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Asked by Sep 25, 2014 at 08:09 AM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla

Question type: General

I'm trying to take the cargo barrier out of our Corolla Ascent station wagon. But can't figure
out how to release the rear seat seat belt that has been threaded through the provided
hole in the barrier.

There is a clip at the seat base level but I can't see how to release it to disengage the belt.

3 Answers

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There is usually a security button that needs hit along with the latch button. Do you still have the owner's manual?

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No, the car (used) was delivered without the manual. It's being posted.

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Problem solved. The trick is to push in the little white item in the space on the side of the buckle (see facing up in attached pic. We just used a car key to push it in, and the buckle popped open.

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