2009 Rear Seatbelt mod

  1. You'll need a trim tool or strong fingers and varying sockets. It look like if you removed the rear upper trim(has bolts in the headlight, then remove the C pillar, and the D pillar(1 small bolt behind a little cover). You'll have access to the bolt holding the upper portion of the belt. You can then remove the lower bolt and probably wrap the metal bits in foam tape (maybe put in a baggy then foam tape) you can probably stuff it out of sight behind the larger rear interior trim side panels. The foam tape prevents rattles. I'm not sure if there will be a visible gap in the trim from the removing the upper bolt though. Depending on how you stow it may damage the belt if stored long long term.

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