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Q: Need to replace seatbelt

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So when replacing the seatbelt on this model car (2001 Ford Mustang) do I need to replace the whole retractor or can I just replace the seat belt itself

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

For your 2001 Ford Mustang, the seat belt and retractor come as an assembly and cannot be separated.

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