Fastening the seat belts

Fastening the seat belts
Fastening the seat belts

WARNING:
Insert the tongue into the buckle until a distinct click is heard, otherwise the seat belt will not be locked correctly.

Pull the belt out steadily. It may lock if pulled sharply or if the vehicle is on a slope.

To release the belt, press the red button on the buckle and let the belt rewind completely and smoothly.

When in use, the rear seat belts should


When in use, the rear seat belts should be placed in the belt guides on the outboard seatbacks.

WARNING:


WARNING:
In order to ensure that the centre belt works properly, the rear seatback must be correctly engaged.

Make sure that each seat belt uses the correct buckle.

The retractor for the rear centre seat belt


The retractor for the rear centre seat belt is located in the roof. To fasten the seat belt, pull it out steadily and engage the smaller, black tongue in the smaller black buckle to the right of the centre seat.

Then pull the larger tongue across the lap


Then pull the larger tongue across the lap and engage it in the larger buckle to the left of the centre seat.

To release the belt, first press the red button on the left buckle and let the belt rewind. If in constant use, the belt can be left buckled in the right-hand buckle.

When not in use, or when folding or moving the rear seats, the belt should be released from the right-hand buckle by pressing the button on the side of the buckle and letting the belt rewind smoothly to the retractor in the roof.

Fold the smaller seat belt tongue back


Fold the smaller seat belt tongue back and insert the larger belt tongue into the retaining slot as shown.

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