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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing rear 3-point seat belt, estate, with belt tensioner

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / General body repairs, interior / Pasanger protection / Seat belts / Removing and installing rear 3-point seat belt, estate, with belt tensioner

Removing
  WARNING
  Observe safety instructions for pyrotechnic components → Chapter.
  Observe disposal regulations for pyrotechnic components → Chapter.
   
–  For “e-Golfs” or “Golf GTEs”, disconnect the maintenance connector for high-voltage system -TW-.
–  Disconnect battery earth cable with ignition switched on → Electrical system; Rep. gr.27.
–  Remove bench seat → Chapter.
–  Remove rear seat backrest → Chapter.
–  Remove D-pillar trim → Chapter.
–  Remove luggage compartment side trim, estate → Chapter.
–  Remove outer rear seat belt guide anchor → Chapter.
  WARNING
Electrostatic discharges may result in unintentional triggering of airbag. Therefore, the mechanic must electrostatically discharge him/herself before disconnecting the igniter and earth wires. This can be done by briefly touching the body or striker plate of the door.
 

Removing and installing rear 3-point seat belt, estate, with belt tensioner

–  Disconnect wiring harness and unclip connector -1-.
–  Pull out seat belt -4- from under belt guide -5-.
–  Remove bolt -2-.
–  Remove belt inertia reel -3- from mounting.
Installing
  WARNING
  •   Observe safety instructions for pyrotechnic components → Chapter.
  •   Before handling pyrotechnic components (e.g. connecting the electrical connector), the person handling them must ensure that he/she is “electrically discharged”. To do this e.g. briefly touch the door striker plate.
Install in reverse order, but note the following:
–  If parts of the belt system are removed because of an accident, the belt system bolts must be renewed.
  Note
Ensure that the electrical connectors are pushed fully onto stop and engage audibly.
  WARNING
Battery must be connected with ignition switched on. If pyrotechnic components (e.g. airbag, seat belt tensioners) are repaired incorrectly, undesired triggering may occur after the battery is connected. Ensure that nobody is in vehicle when connecting battery.
 

Removing and installing rear 3-point seat belt, estate, with belt tensioner

–  For “e-Golfs” or “Golf GTEs”, connect the maintenance connector for high-voltage system -TW-.
–  Connect battery earth cable with ignition switched on → Electrical system; Rep. gr.27.
  WARNING
If the ignition has not yet been switched on after the battery has been reconnected “warning lamps in dash panel insert are off”, the ignition (key or button) must only be switched on while sitting on the driver seat and with the seat set to rearmost position.
Specified torques
  → Chapter „Assembly overview - three-point seat belt, estate, with belt tensioner“
 

Removing and installing rear 3-point seat belt, estate, with belt tensioner

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