I'll shut up then :Flush:
What side are you usually meant to sit baby on?
And are the sleeves necessary?
I don't use the sleeves, I find they deform the seats too much and aren't needed to locate the seat.
My daughter always goes on the nearside, but I'm not sure there's a recommended side as such. Statistically that side would keep her away from oncoming traffic more, and of course it's also kerbside.
My stats are based on my opinion rather than any actual facts....!
Grrrrrr so angry!!!!
My kit came today .. went to fit it .. not alot of room as James described but okay .. one screw in fine. 2nd one doesnt! .. Its lined up just magic but wont turn!
Im only using torx allen keys though so may be the problem?
Anyway decided as i was struggling to pull rear bench up .. clip snapped didnt it :@ .. anybody know how much these one use clips are and what the part number is?
This is all Etka lists for a saloon bench:
I have an Avant lol - but never mind I've fixed it now .. 84p for a new clip .. and a socket set for the torx bolt .. nice and tight now :)
Does anyone know whether this mod works on the convertible (or whether isofix was standard on the convertible?).
I'm pretty sure it does, but just lift out your bench (bottom half of the back seat) and check for the mounting points on each side...
PLEASE: do NOT try to fit front seat isofix / front seat child seats without a professional fitting a switch for the passenger airbag!!
Hi, where did you get the 84p clip as i have just bust mine!!!!:crying:
Just registered to say thanks to those who posted the useful information in this article.
I own a 2005 A4 B7 saloon. I bought the parts for the left-hand side from pjmspeedy (about £80) who was excellent to deal with, so thanks to him too.
My car DOESN'T have fold-down seats, so it was an absolute pain to put the bracket in place and get the torx bolts into the bracket without dropping them, but I managed to do it without taking out the rear bench after about half an hour of utter faff and swearing.
Still, job done, and I wouldn't have managed it without the info, advice and pictures in this thread, so thanks very much! :thumbsup: