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Frayed seat belt on 2014 Audi TT

Asked by Russell

I have a 2015 Audi TT that has done 26,000 kilometres and has developed a frayed driver’s side seat belt. The dealer’s first response was that is was fair wear and tear, but I beg to differ. Surely a seat belt is designed to last longer than 26,000 kilometres and normal use?

Answered by CarsGuide

16 Mar 2018 Graham Smith

You would expect the belt to wear to some extent, but not to fray. A frayed belt could be dangerous if it were to fail. Based on what you say it would seem there’s a problem with the belt or the installation. Take it to your dealer and show them what it is you’re concerned about.

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