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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Checking belt webbing

Procedure
–  Pull belt completely out of inertia reel or lap belt adjustment plate.
–  Check belt webbing for soiling, and if necessary wash with a mild soapy solution → Owner's Manual.
  •   If either of the types of damage illustrated below (1 and 2) are determined on accident vehicle, renew seat belt complete with belt buckle.
  •   If damage as illustrated under points 1, 2, 3 and/or 4 is determined on a vehicle which has not been involved in an accident, it is sufficient to renew damaged belt only.
   
   

1 - Belt webbing cut, torn or chafed.
1 - Belt webbing cut, torn or chafed.

   

2 - Torn webbing loops on belt edge.
2 - Torn webbing loops on belt edge.

   

3 - Burns caused by cigarettes or similar.
3 - Burns caused by cigarettes or similar.

   

4 - One edge of belt deformed or wavy
4 - One edge of belt deformed or wavy

Checking seat belts
  WARNING The seat belt system must be inspected systematically after every accident! If damage is determined at any ...

Checking inertia reel (locking mechanism)
The inertia reel has two locking functions.   The first locking function is triggered by the belt being jerked out of the reel (belt exten ...

Other materials:

Removing and installing front senders
Removing –  Remove wheel housing liner → General body repairs, exterior; Rep. gr.66.     –  Press both locking lugs in direction of arrow -A- w ...

Charging battery in support mode with battery charger -VAS 5095A-
General notes: The support mode provides the onboard supply with power when the battery is removed or disconnected. For further information, refer to the → operating manual VAS 5095A. Th ...

Indicator lamp in the vehicle key
Fig. 24 Indicator lamp in the vehicle key First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings If a button on the vehicle key is pressed briefly, the indicator lamp   (arrow) flashes once. The lamp will flash several times if the button is pressed and held, e.g. conve ...

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