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Nissan Pathfinder seatbelt

Anyone a nissan tech or have the service manual for the '02 pathfinder?

Dropped something down in the seatbelt and need to disassemble the thing to get it out.
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seriously...is this something we need to go to a dealer for? I would rather not pay $200 to retrieve a $150 item.
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Do you just need to take off the plastic covering the seatbelt? They normally are just held on by clips and you gently pull it off.

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It fell into the area where the seatbelt retracts into. But it looks like that entire plastic housing (door) needs to be removed.
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If it looks like this, it'll just pry off if you don't see any screws or plastic caps that cover screws. You may have to pull off the plastic panels on the floor too if they overlap that plastic panel. It's not a hard job, you just have to be gentle while pulling hard enough.


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If it looks like this, it'll just pry off if you don't see any screws or plastic caps that cover screws. You may have to pull off the plastic panels on the floor too if they overlap that plastic panel. It's not a hard job, you just have to be gentle while pulling hard enough.

Would just like some confirmation as to if other panels need to be pulled, which order do they come off, etc. It's not our car so if we're going to do it we're going to do it right. The guy isn't too worried-- I just want to get my ducks in a row before I go to town on this thing.
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Can't you just use one of those extended slim pincher things or a coat hanger, hook or something whatever it is out without taking it all apart?

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Would just like some confirmation as to if other panels need to be pulled, which order do they come off, etc. It's not our car so if we're going to do it we're going to do it right. The guy isn't too worried-- I just want to get my ducks in a row before I go to town on this thing.
I can't confirm 100%, but most of the cars I've run wire through, you simply open the doors and look for screws. If there are no screws, then you simply pop/pry/pull the panel off.

If the panels in the door overlap the ones on the pillar, you may have to remove the small strips on the floor to pop the pillar panel off.

Really, it's super simple on most of the cars out there. Without seeing it, I couldn't tell you more.

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Yeah I think it would be simple too. I'm thinking this is just a bogus story to hide the fact that he lost it someplace unsavory, like at Hooter's. Or some hooker walked off with it when he tried to pay with this discover card.
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Well bring it up here and I'll take it apart. Cant be any harder than stripping down the interior of a suburban/tahoe or expedition.

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