On normal modern seatbelts, I agree. However, the buckle in this case is on an adjustable strap that is almost twice as long as the male side so I wanted to make sure. Thanks.
This to me is logical: would I rather have the male end flopping outside or worse yet slam the door on it (ouch), or have some one slam the door on the buckle and have the long adjustment dragging in the street (this is if by chance someone doesn't use the belt or the passenger gets out and slams the door on the belt!
I have one of those little hump consoles, I put the buckles in the cup holders when the belts aren't in use.
Are you reading Ford instructions or the aftermarket belt instructions?
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