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Old 09 Sep 2009, 06:30 pm   #1 (permalink)
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The seatbelt anchor on my Camry broke and the dealer wants around 210
bucks to install a new one so I'll have to figure out how to remove
the thing myself. it appears that I might have to remove the seat
itself so I looked through my chilton manual. It says that there might
be some pyrotechnic explosive thingies rigged to the seat that I'll
have to send to the dealer anyway. Does a 99 4 cylinder LE have this
special feature or can I just easily remove and reinstall it by
following the manual?
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 03:27 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"Ace" <nkomli@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> The seatbelt anchor on my Camry broke and the dealer wants around 210
> bucks to install a new one so I'll have to figure out how to remove
> the thing myself. it appears that I might have to remove the seat
> itself so I looked through my chilton manual. It says that there might
> be some pyrotechnic explosive thingies rigged to the seat that I'll
> have to send to the dealer anyway. Does a 99 4 cylinder LE have this
> special feature or can I just easily remove and reinstall it by
> following the manual?


Why dont you find a really good independent shop and get an opinion?
Dealerships are often much more expensive than independents and they
are not necessarily the highly competent people you expect to have
working on your car.

How do you find an independent? Ask friends, check the AAA approved
mechanics list, etc.

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