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Driver side seat belt


AnnDixson

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I have front bucket seats on my 1986 Bronco II and the interior seat belts are on a slide mechanism that has a bolt to secure the seatbelt to the seat frame. I figured out the passenger side. The driver side does not have the same bracket to bolt the seatbelt and seat together. Am I missing a bracket or what? Attached is a photo showing how the front passenger interior seat belt attaches to the seatbelt.
 

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tw205

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No. Passenger side is different from the driver side due to the fold and tumble mechanism to allow more movement and access to the rear seats.
 

AnnDixson

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Wish I could find a photo showing how the driver side interior seat belt is attached to the seat, I still have not figured this out so I’m taking a break on this and moving on to other items on my long list of fixes.
 

AnnDixson

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Can anyone please post a photo for me showing how the drivers seat and seat belt are attached on a 1986 Bronco II with the bucket seats - driver seat has the attached arm rest, no console on this years model?
 

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