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Re: Seatbelts (vwgti1986)

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Unless the lockout has been bypassed... yes. Assuming it's the passive restraint model.

yeah, what he said
 

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Re: Seatbelts (vwgti1986)

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Unless the lockout has been bypassed... yes. Assuming it's the passive restraint model.

err thanks. What do you mean by lockout and bypassed? As in linked the wires before the plastic seatbelt connection?
 

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Re: Seatbelts (hatter36)

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err thanks. What do you mean by lockout and bypassed? As in linked the wires before the plastic seatbelt connection?

When you attacht the seatbelt on the door. you make an electrical connection. Cut the wires and tie them together. Make that connection permenant.
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Re: Seatbelts (vwgti1986)

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i don't have that seatbelt system in this car. Remember, this is a GL and i'm assuming it was made for Canada.
 

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Re: Seatbelts (vwgti1986)

canadians didn't get that thing. if your seat belt does not connect up above the door, and connects beside the seat by the parking brake lever, then no it does not have to be plugged in for the car to start.
 

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Re: Seatbelts (The_Hamster)

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canadians didn't get that thing. if your seat belt does not connect up above the door, and connects beside the seat by the parking brake lever, then no it does not have to be plugged in for the car to start.

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