Lift the seat belt socket?

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Hello people, does anyone know how I can lift the belt plug, it has fallen a lot so it is difficult to insert the belt



Citroen C3 seat belt socket
Citroen C3 seat belt socket
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Lazar_Dunjic wrote: Thu Apr 29, 2021 8:33 pm Hello people, does anyone know how I can lift the belt plug, it has fallen a lot so it is difficult to insert the belt




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Has this car been in a heavy front impact?

It looks as if the seatbelt pre-tensioner has been deployed. You get that activation in an accident.

Classic sign of a car not to buy, it just isn't worth fixing.


Citroen C3 seatbelt stalk
Citroen C3 seatbelt stalk

You can see this is what it should look like in a car that hasn't been in an accident.


THIS is the part you need (check the correct side) ;)


But if the pre-tensioner has been deployed, this is probably going to be only one of the things that make it uneconomical to return to the road.
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This is the car that had the airbags deployed and the airbag ECU replaced isn't it?
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