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Toyota Corolla 2012: Replacing seatbelt

Asked by Bill Bartlett

The retracting mechanism on the seat belt of our 2012 Toyota Corolla decided to fail, just out of warranty. A trip to the local Toyota dealer quickly puts things into perspective, as the seat belt is a complete unit and the whole mechanism and belt needs to be replaced at a cost of $550. I think I'll buy a new car.

Answered by CarsGuide

11 Jan 2016 Paul Gover

There are cheaper alternatives, including from the internet. But if you go outside the Toyota network, make sure it's a genuine part because you cannot afford to compromise on safety.

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