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05-09-40-002G Safety Belt Locking Conditions (Normal Operating Characteristics) - (Jun 18 2013) Primary Seat Belts - part 2

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ALR). This is typically used to tightly secure a childseat to the vehicle. Some customers may experience inadvertent activation of ALR modeif they happen to pull the belt all the way out to the end of travel while they areputting the belt on. The ALR mode of operation is automatically cancelled when thebelt is unfastenedand stowed (the belt returns to normal sensitive function).

The ALR locking mode is also provided at the driver's position of the Corvette only, as a unique feature. Corvette customers may find this feature appealing when theyplan to operate the vehicle in a “spirited” manner (such as driving in mountainousterrain). With the ALR active, the operator is snugly cinched into the seat and keptfirmly in place during high G-force driving maneuvers.

GM bulletins are intended for use by professional technicians,NOT a "do-it-yourselfer".  They are written to inform thesetechnicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or toprovide information that could assist in the proper service of avehicle.  Properly trained technicians have the equipment,tools, safety instructions, and know-how to do a job properly andsafely.  If a condition is described, DO NOT assume that thebulletin applies to your vehicle, or that your vehicle will havethat condition.  See your GM dealer for information on whetheryour vehicle may benefit from the information.

#05-09-40-002G: Safety Belt Locking Conditions (Normal Operating Characteristics) - (Jun 18, 2013) Primary Seat Belts

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