Q: Second & third row seat belts are shredding. Have you heard from anyone else with a similar problem?

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The seat belts are shredding where the buckle slides on the belt. It is happening to belts in the second and third row seats. Not driver or front passenger

My car has 51000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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