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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Cleaning seat belts

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Large particles of dirt on the automatic belt prevent it from rolling back properly and thus from working effectively.

The seat belts must never be removed for cleaning purposes.

WARNING

Check the condition of all seat belts regularly. If the belt webbing or any other part of the seat belt becomes damaged have it removed and replaced immediately by a qualified workshop. Damaged seat belts are very dangerous and can cause severe or fatal injuries.
Cleaning and caring for the dash panel, wooden trims and plastic parts
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings  Moisten a clean, lint-free cloth with water and clean the parts. Treat plastic parts (inside and outside the vehicl ...

Wheels and tyres
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Other materials:

Conicity
Conicity is caused by a slight offset of the tread and/or the belt (amounting to a few tenths of a millimetre) relative to the geometric centre of the tyre. Taper is not visible and cannot be measured with equipment available in the workshop. & ...

Removing and installing centre underbody covers
Note The removal and installation procedures may have to be modified slightly depending on engine fitted. Removing Unclip spreader river -2- and remove centre underbody panels. Installing Installation is carried out in reverse ...

Wax-based underseal -D 316 000 A1
Designation: Wax-based underseal -D 316 000 A1- Issued 01.2008 Product description Wax underseal -D 316 000 A1- offers excellent long-term underbody corrosion protection. ...

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