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Q: Where is the seat belt extender?

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Where is the seat belt extender?

A: If the seat belts on your vehicle are too s...

If the seat belts on your vehicle are too short to safely fasten around you, you will need to use a seat belt extender. The seat belt extender will be provided to you by your dealer, for free.

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