[Biturbos4] Seatbelt behavior

Andy Turner andy at palomar.demon.co.uk
Mon Sep 11 13:37:45 EDT 2006

Thanks! I kinda queried it because I popped down to the dealer and
tried it on the most recent A4 and A3, and both of those *didn't* do
it, so that the seatbelt could be moved around. Of course, if they
were pulled sharply, then they locked.

On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 10:27:36 -0700 (PDT), Single Malt
<s_malt at yahoo.com> wrote:

>Yes, that behaviour is by design and I would expect
>the RS6 to feature it as well.
>I use it as an impromptu "race harness" by locking the
>front belt in the manner you described ... only I lock
>it with my seat way back and then bring the seat
>forward into the locked belt.  You can really strap
>yourself in tightly using this feature.
>I believe it is even discussed in the manual.
>--- Andy Turner <andy at palomar.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> The rear seatbelts in my 2000 S4 are a PITA to use
>> with the child seat
>> we have. It's because once you pull the belt out,
>> and then let it back
>> in just a little, it won't come back out again until
>> it's first gone
>> *all* the way back in. Is this the case with all
>> Audi/VW cars? Is
>> there some way to switch the behaviour? 
>> Also, anyone happen to have an RS6 and know if the
>> behaviour is the
>> same?
>> Thanks!

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