>>buy him a 74 TR6. It already has that feature (if that is what you want
to call it. Most folks find it just an agravation). Perhaps someone on the
list will sell you a module
Great idea Dave!! Now why didn't I think of the "Triumph fix"??? Duhhhh...
So does any one have a module like the one Dave's talking about....and can
give me an idea of how it should be hooked up or adapted? I've never seen
such an animal but I guess I can always go to my trusty Dan Masters
electrical manual and give it a go for lack of a better plan. Now if I can
just get Tom Di Iulio to buy some samoas and come help me do some wiring
I'll be set.
71TR6 CC57365 (Good 6)
66TR4A CTC57806 (The Wreck-Almost Parts)
66TR4A CTC57529 (The Project)
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From: "Dave Massey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "levilevi" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 5:14 PM
Subject: Passive restraint system - Lap Belt fix No LBC content
Message text written by "levilevi"
>Does anyone know how to adapt a passive restraint system so that the lap
HAS to be fastened in order to start/drive the car. If you've ever driven
older car (pre 94 I guess ??) that has the motorized shoulder belt that
into place when you close the door then you know the type I'm talking
My son's car has that system and I strongly suspect he forgets to use the
belt (and I've done it myself a few times) so I'm either going to make it
idiot proof or buy him a car with airbags. Obviously I'd prefer the
fix but I'll do what I have to do to make sure he's safe.
Bud, buy him a 74 TR6. It already has that feature (if that is what you
want to call it. Most folks find it just an agravation).
Perhaps someone on the list will sell you a module. ;-)
(former owner of a 74 TR6)
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