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Faulty seat belt warning

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Amchlolor, May 27, 2005.

  1. Amchlolor
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    [May 27, 2005]
    I've noticed my seatbelt warning (the intensely annoying 'bing bing bing') isn't working properly as it will trigger itself during a journey,for no apparent reason.

    I don't want it fixed.
    I want the frigging thing turned off,for good.

    Can I ask the dealer to do this,or will their 'rules' dictate a fix ?

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    [May 27, 2005]
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    I've noticed my seatbelt warning (the intensely annoying 'bing bing bing') isn't working properly as it will trigger itself during a journey,for no apparent reason.

    I don't want it fixed.
    I want the frigging thing turned off,for good.

    Can I ask the dealer to do this,or will their 'rules' dictate a fix ?

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    You've not got a bag or heavyish object on your passenger seat, have you ?. This may cause it if it's moving around causing the weight to be enough to trigger the system /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/noidea.gif
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    [May 27, 2005]
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    Maybe the switch in the belt catch is a bit sticky?


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    I know what is probably causing it.
    The point is I don't want it fixed,I want it switched off.
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