[Biturbos4] Seatbelt behavior
northrup at crazybug.com
Mon Sep 11 19:44:06 EDT 2006
now THAT is an interesting idea. than's for that bit of information.
On Mon, 11 Sep 2006, docwyte at comcast.net wrote:
> You can go to the Audi dealer and they'll retrofit the new LATCH system into your car for free...
> -------------- Original message --------------
> From: Wilson Northrup <northrup at crazybug.com>
>> i don't have kids, but feed back from others who do have indicated to me
>> that the new car seats include attachments that do not require the use of
>> the 'wrap the seatbelt around' method of securing the unit. if you
>> obtained a newer allroad, or probably any of the newer offerings from
>> audi, you could make use of this feature. IIRC, this
>> feature was offered on the VW line before the audi line.
>> as far as the 2000 S4 is concerned, too bad, so sad, this is the way it
>> On Mon, 11 Sep 2006, Mark Quinn wrote:
>>> Same with my A6 (and prev A4). My workaround was just to pull the belt
>>> out all the way and then hold a loop of it in (or twist some around) one
>>> hand while you feed it through the carseat and click it. Then you can
>>> release the slack and tighten it up.
>>> -Mark Quinn
>>>> 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?
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