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How to Remove Rear Center Seat Belt 05-10 Chrysler 300

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  1. step : Removing the C Pillar Trim (0:48)
    • Feel the bracket underneath the rear seat and pull up firmly
    • Remove the lower seat cushion
    • Pull the tabs and lower the rear seat
    • Fold back the flap and remove the 10mm bolt from the side seat cushion
    • Pull the side seat cushion up and out
    • Repeat this process for the other side
    • Remove the two Phillips head screws in the pillar trim
    • Pop the top of the panel out and up
    • Remove the trim
    • Remove the T50 Torx from the seat belt
    • Pry the seat pillar out
    • Remove the trim
  2. step : Removing the Rear Parcel Shelf (3:19)
    • Remove the 18mm nut securing the center seatbelt buckle
    • Remove the buckle and seatbelt
    • Fold the seat down
    • Pry out the clips from the parcel shelf
  3. step : Removing the Rear Center Seatbelt (4:11)
    • Remove the 18mm nut at the back of the seatbelt tensioner
    • Lift the tensioner up and out
  4. step : Installing the Rear Center Seatbelt (4:38)
    • Insert the tensioner into place
    • Tighten the 18mm nut to the seatbelt tensioner
    • Torque the 18mm nut to 25 foot-pounds
  5. step : Installing the Rear Parcel Shelf (5:00)
    • Send the seatbelt through the opening in the parcel shelf
    • Insert the parcel shelf into place
    • Fold the seat up
    • Tighten the 18mm nut to the center seatbelt
    • Torque the bolt to 25 foot-pounds
  6. step : Installing the C Pillar Trim (5:49)
    • Insert the seat belt through the pillar
    • Press the pillar trim into place
    • Pull the interior weatherstrip over the c pillar
    • Tighten the T50 Torx bolt to the seat belt
    • Torque the bolt to 25 foot-pounds
    • Install the bottom and then top of the lower c pillar
    • Tighten the two Phillips head screws to the trim
    • Tighten the 10mm screw to the trim
    • Tighten the 10mm bolts to the cushion
    • Press on the back seat, push down, lock it in

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In this video, we're going to be working with our 2006 Chrysler 300. We're going to show you how remove and replace your vehicle's rear center seatbelt.

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Here are the items you'll need for this repair: 10-18mm sockets, ratchet, socket extensions, T50 Torx bit, Phillips head screwdriver, torque wrench

Remove the rear seat cushion. To do this, you'll grab right where you feel the bracket underneath and pop up firmly, and there's another one on the opposite side. Lift out and remove the lower seat cushion. Pull the tabs to lower the rear seats. Fold down the little flaps, and you'll find a 10mm bolt for the side seat cushion on each side. Remove that with a 10mm socket and ratchet. Once the bolt is removed, firmly grab the top of the seat cushion and pull out to release the clip. We'll repeat this process with the opposite side.

Remove the two Phillips head screws in the lower seat panel. Now you may need to fold this seat up in order to get to the lower screw. Pop the top of the panel out and then up and repeat this process with the lower panel on the opposite side. Use a T50 Torx to remove the seat belt bolt. Once the bolt is out, lower the seat back down. Pop the C pillar off. The last one in the back corner is the trickiest. You're going to actually want to reach back there and pop that manually so you don't break it. Pull your seat belt through the panel. Repeat these steps on the opposite side.

Using an 18 millimeter socket and ratchet, remove the nut securing the center seatbelt and buckle to the floor. Remove the buckle and the seatbelt. Using your 1A Auto interior trim removal tools pop the center clip out of the parcel shelf. Pull the parcel shelf out towards you. If you need to remove it fully, you can pop this panel out and lay it down. Pull your seatbelt and buckle through. Remove the shelf from the vehicle.

To remove the center seat belt tensioner here, we'll need to undo this 18mm nut with our 18mm deep socket and a ratchet. Remove the nut, lift up and remove your seatbelt tensioner.

Install the bracket end of the seatbelt into the deck, as well as the 18mm nut. Tighten that down with your 18mm socket and ratchet. Torque the nut to 25 foot-pounds.

Send your seatbelt and buckle back through the opening in your parcel shelf. Snap that back into place. Lay the shelf up into position and reinstall the plastic clip in the center. Fold the seat back up. Reinstall the base of your center seatbelt as well as the 18-millimeter nut which we'll tighten down with our 18-millimeter socket and ratchet before torquing to 25 foot-pounds.

Reinstall the seat belt through the C pillar. Line up the C pillar and snap all of the tabs back into place. Be sure to pull the interior weatherstrip over the C pillar before snapping it entirely into place. Reinstall the T50 Torx bolt at the bottom of your seat belt. Tighten it down and then torque to 25 foot-pounds. You'll have to fold the seat down and install the bottom of the C pillar cover first, then snap the top in. Lay the seat back up and install your two Phillips head screws.

Reinstall the seat panel. Remember to snap the top into place and reinstall your 10mm screw on- And repeat this process on the other side. Reinstall the back seat. Make sure that you pull all of your seat belt buckles up to the appropriate slots in the seat. Slide the rear down into place. Line up the front and then push down to lock it in.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Torque Wrench
  • Socket Extensions

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Phillips Head Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 18mm Socket
  • 10mm Socket

  • Specialty Tools

  • Trim Tool Set

  • Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T50 Socket


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