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Q: How do I unbuckle a seat belt in a 2012 Honda CR-V?

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How do I unbuckle a seat belt?

It’s very easy to un buckle your seat belt: 1. Press the button on top of the seat belt buckle, until you hear the seat belt latch plate unlatch. 2. Pull the seat belt latch out of the buckle, and off your body. 3. Guide the seat belt back to its original position.

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