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Old 19-11-12, 09:55 PM   #1
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Question back seats on 308sw

Can anyone help?
I've got the sport model 308sw which has the independent rear seats, and when just driving normal the beeper goes off to say there's someone on the back seats without their belts on!! but there's nobody or nothing there?
has anyone ever had this problem and/or got a suggestion on how to fix it?
all help gratefully received.
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Old 20-11-12, 07:19 AM   #2
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Or you could try giving the seat belt sockets a blast of compressed air to clean out the dirt, then a very small squirt of electrical contact cleaner.
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I'd Go with the ghost theory myself

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Give all contacts a squirt of wd40


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Thanks guys I never thought of squirting some cleaner/wd40 down there I will try and let you know.
If it is ghosts I'm gonna start charging them petrol money!!
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Just click the belts in anyway dont want the ghost claiming you for injury
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I had this on the left rear - wrongly showed that there was someone sat in there, then started bleeping away. Plugging the belt in didn't change any thing.

Fault then moved across the seats - first the right rear, then the center, all within an hour or so.

I am thinking it is an ECU/Interface/Communication issue rather than an issue with the sensors in the seats. It is unlikely that they all fail in such quick succession.

I do know now that it is a wireless module, as the seats are removable and interchangeable, but can't figure out how it knows what seat is where at any given time.

I have turned the rear seats off individually in PP until I have time to attack them at the weekend. I am hoping there is a self test or self calibration that fixes it when i re-enable them.

If I come up with anything, I will post it up.
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Default 308SW rear seats

Can I turn the rear seat alarm off. I had a problem 2 years ago with the front seat alarm which turned out to be a connection. I now have the rear offside seat alarm intermittently going off yet I have removed all seats?
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I removed my seats, lifted the carpet and removed the sensor bar and using a hair dryer dried the bar. Then sprayed everything with WD40 refitted never had the problem since. I was told that cold and damp was one cause of the problem. Mine has been okay now for 12 months.
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