how to fix my camry 2011 passenger side torn in the middle seat belt

Asked by Nov 29, 2014 at 09:29 AM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a 2011 Toyota Camry yesterday and found that it's passenger seat belt is half torn in the middle, which causes problem when fastening (stucks). . Can I replace it easily or is there any other way to fix it? Can I apply any glue or patch?

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NO. No glue, no patch. No sewing together. Needs to be replaced. Sorry for that news, but if you bought it from a dealer, demand they fix it, they sold you an unsafe car. If private party, you are stuck with the repair.

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There are several seat belt assemblies on Ebay at the moment. You will be looking at $65-85 for a replacement piece.

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