Volkswagen Workshop Manuals
Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)
Restraint Systems > Seat Belt Systems > Seat Belt Tensioner > Component Information > Service Precautions > Belt Tensioners Safety Precautions > Page 6571
Seat Belt Tensioner: Service Precautions
Belt Tensioner Unit Disposal
‹› Make sure that your dealership complies with federal, state and local regulations for explosive substances.
‹› Deployed airbags and pyrotechnic seatbelts can be disposed of as normal scrap.
‹› Undeployed airbags and pyrotechnic seatbelts are considered to be hazardous materials. When disposing of an undeployed airbag or pyrotechnic
seatbelt that is either defective or expired, use the appropriate repair information and Airbag Deployment Device J-44210. DO NOT deploy
‹› All airbags and pyrotechnic seatbelts of a vehicle scheduled to be scrapped must be deployed using the Airbag Deployment Device J-44210.
‹› When using Airbag Deployment Device J-44210, wear appropriate eye and ear protection.
‹› If the airbag or pyrotechnic seatbelt cannot be safely deployed or removed from the vehicle, contact the Volkswagen Dealer Technicians Helpline.
‹› Shipment of active airbag gas generators and pyrotechnic seatbelt retractors must be in accordance with the regulations published in the latest
edition of the Code of Federal Regulations #49 (49 CFR). Shipment must be initiated and received by certified individuals. The penalties for
‹› Belt tensioner units that have ignited can be disposed of as industrial waste.
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