Check out our video and steps below on how to remove a seat belt.
Step 1. Locate the seat belt
Most seat belts are located in the side pillars of the car and typically bolt to the bottom of the car. Most seat belts are covered by upholstery or plastic trim. If you still need some help one of our dedicated support specialists might be able to help.
Step 2. Remove all trim
You can use a flat head screwdriver or a trim removal tool to help remove the trim. Most trim and plastic is secured by clips be sure to be careful as the plastic can snap and break if handled roughly. Try to do this when your car is around 70F degrees or so as plastic isn’t quite as brittle at a warmer temperature. Be sure to move the seat back or forward to allow for easier removal of both the seat belt and trim.
Step 3. Remove screws or bolts
Once you find the seat belt be sure to remove all bolts mounting the seat belt to the car. Some bolts will likely be covered by some sort of plastic or trim.
Step 4. Disconnect the seat belt plug
Disconnecting the seat belt plug must be done carefully as the plastic on the plugs is very brittle and sensitive. Pay close attention to the video.
Step 5. You’re done.
Wasn’t so hard now right? 🙂 Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions or need some help.