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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Checking seat belt restraint function for holding additional child seats (not for driver seat belt) - country-specific

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For the functional check, all surrounding components for the seat belt including the side panel trim must be installed.
Activating the restraint function
  Pull out seat belt webbing completely to stop.
Correct function
  The belt must retract with an audible noise.
  If the belt retraction is stopped, it should not be possible to pull the belt out again until the function is deactivated.
Deactivating
  •   Allow the belt to retract as far as the last 100 mm (approx.).
  •   When 100 mm of the seat belt webbing are still pulled out, the restraint function must switch off at the latest. The belt then works normally again.
If the seat belt restraint function for holding additional child seats does not work properly, the seat belt must be renewed.
   
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