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Don't know why I didn't notice this sooner, but I would suggest all of you checking to see if your seatbelt
is not rubbing against the seat exactly where the stitching is. Look at where the plastic loop is that is attached to the
headrest and make sure the belt is not constantly rubbing the seat every time you use it.

Easy fix is to just raise your headrest so that the belt can't do this. My headrest were always just down all the way, but raising them a few inches will still protect your head from a whiplash situation. My belt was damaging the stitching but I caught it before it cut them off. Also don't forget to check the passengers headrest too!

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Hey thanks. I'll be sure to check.
 
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