Ford Explorer Seatbelt Buckle Light Tan Seat Belt Drivers Side on 2040-parts.com
Colonial Heights, Virginia, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return policy details:Buyer is responsible for return shipping to/from and money back will be received through paypal once item has been received by me and is of same condition as prior to shipping. Refund will not be given it item has been installed and or damaged.
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Placement on Vehicle:Array
Part Brand:Trw Auto
I am selling a used 1995-1997 Ford Explorer DRIVER SIDE lower seat belt buckle TAN in color. It will fit on Ford Rangers as long as the seat belt buckle bolts to the side of the seat rail and not the floor. Backside of plastic case near bolt has a crack on it and it does not affect the functioning of the buckle.
The orange button locks and unlocks (depresses and is firm) when pressed on. It has a black wire harness with a gray two pin connector on the end.
I have checked the buckle for loose paper or change where the male buckle locks into it.
I also clean the plastic case and orange button with cleaner.
Call me if you have any questions.
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