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Old 14-12-12, 03:09 PM   #1
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Default Cable plug under seat - how to undo?

Can someone tell me how to undo this plug that's under the seat so I can get it repaired?

For the life of me I can't undo the two bits!

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Old 31-12-12, 05:55 PM   #2
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Hi.

I've been having the same problem! Looking at your picture, if you put your finger where the orange bit is and lift the blue plastic catch upwards and then pull it'll come apart. I have just spent a few hours trying to separate this plug. Hope that helps..

You maybe able to answer my question.

I've swapped the double passenger seat for a single drivers seat. I notice this blue plug goes to the centre seat seatbelt reel (on the drivers side it goes the the seatbelt anchor point)
So now I don't have a centre seatbelt reel the plug is redundant although I've connected it to the seatbelt anchor on the passenger side (was a drivers seat). I now have a fault on the dash 'seatbelt/airbag fault'. I assume its looking for the centre seatbelt reel.

Would you know how I would over come this. (I notice on the double passenger seat the 2 seatbelt anchors are not sensed, just the reels)

Thanks

Chris..
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Old 31-12-12, 06:08 PM   #3
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Hi Chris,

Yep - same exact issue - sadly I caved and restored the double seat and plugged the cable back in (apparantely the seatbelt/warning light also disables all airbags which could cause issues with insurance if there was an accident).

I'll reply to your other post as it's more relevant.

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Hi.

I've been having the same problem! Looking at your picture, if you put your finger where the orange bit is and lift the blue plastic catch upwards and then pull it'll come apart. I have just spent a few hours trying to separate this plug. Hope that helps..

You maybe able to answer my question.

I've swapped the double passenger seat for a single drivers seat. I notice this blue plug goes to the centre seat seatbelt reel (on the drivers side it goes the the seatbelt anchor point)
So now I don't have a centre seatbelt reel the plug is redundant although I've connected it to the seatbelt anchor on the passenger side (was a drivers seat). I now have a fault on the dash 'seatbelt/airbag fault'. I assume its looking for the centre seatbelt reel.

Would you know how I would over come this. (I notice on the double passenger seat the 2 seatbelt anchors are not sensed, just the reels)

Thanks

Chris..
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Old 31-12-12, 06:12 PM   #4
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Put a small screwdriver in where the red bit is. Its easy if look at it carefully.

Sent from my GT-S5690
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Old 01-01-13, 11:44 AM   #5
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Hi. me again.

I've removed the middle seatbelt from the double seat. Because I've swapped connectors etc is it poss to let me know what colour wire connects to which on the blue plug. I have orange and blue out of the floor, and brown and blue from the seatbelt reel.
Many thanks..
I'm going to store it under the seat until I find another solution.


p.s. I'm going to ring Allied vehicles in the wk. As our pug expert originally came from them. (they do disabled conversions, involves removing seat etc..)

Happy new year..
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Old 01-01-13, 11:51 AM   #6
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Being of a safety nature you won't find many people giving advise (incl myself) about airbag systems. Messing with these systems is too dangerous. life and death and all that.
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Old 02-01-13, 11:09 AM   #7
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p.s. I'm going to ring Allied vehicles in the wk. As our pug expert originally came from them. (they do disabled conversions, involves removing seat etc..)
Just spoken to a local taxi conversion company who also suggested putting the seatbelt under the seat as the best option. He mentioned resisters but said they often fail.

In reality I'm wondering what I'd actually get trying to flog the double seat so might be the best option. Just need to find a single seat now!
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