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Old 25th July 2018, 03:56
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Wouldn't the tensioners on the seatbelt still work when you remove the airbag?
Hi Ido. How it has been explained to me by the cert guy.
Any steering wheel airbag removal requires a new seatbelt to be fitted regardless of condition. Apparently the regs. The pre tensioner will still be under the seat but disconnected from the system and not attached the the new seatbelt clasp/latch.
As I am leaving the passenger airbag in it looks likely that side escapes the rules for a replacement seatbelt and will work as normal for the srs system.
Ballast resistor required for airbag removed.
Hope this helps fella, cheers.
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Old 28th July 2018, 05:30
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Hi guys, not good news on my front so remain patient for updates.
Apart from a car tinkerer I am also a goalkeeper coach for kids football. Unfortunately blew my left knee MC ligament yesterday at coaching and laid up in pain with the legs horizontal.
No options on the car other than the wait it out! So this weekend ainít going to plan!

Looks like the Lynford Christie start on the project has turned more into a tommy the tortoise crawl. Oh well
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Old 29th July 2018, 07:31
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Ouch!

Perhaps you can spend your recovering time researching finishing touches on line?

I know buying new stuff often cheered me up during my own build.

Heal well, Paul.
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Old 29th July 2018, 09:26
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Ouch!

Perhaps you can spend your recovering time researching finishing touches on line?

I know buying new stuff often cheered me up during my own build.

Heal well, Paul.
Hey thanks Paul. Starting touches may be more appropriate than finishing, but I certainly know what you mean. I will spend sometime hopefully wisely that will benefit later on!
I am not a passive relaxer, so with the wait for the kit and now this it is testing my ying and yang! Cheers fella, appreciate the thoughts.
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