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Maybe nobody has had to replace chewed (bad, bad doggy
) seat-belts before but as a guide you will need to remove the sill and pillar trim - most of which clips on. Then remove the top and botom securing bolts which can be darned tight as they are fitted using a lockking adhesive. You'll probably need a good socket bar, etc. Likewise the bolts should cleaned and treated with thread-lock adhesive and properly torqued during assembly.
Do you plan to fit a new belt or a second hand unit.
Just remember your car insurers will not accept a second hand unit being fitted.
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Honda Civic 1.4l