2015 Volkswagen Jetta - Adjusting the seating position (13 pages)

Posted on 10 Feb, 2015 by Inimrepus
Model: 2015 Volkswagen Jetta
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Manual Description
In this section you'll find information about, manual controls on the driver front passenger seats , electrical controls on the driver front passenger seats , adjusting the front rear head restraints .

Removing and reinstalling head restraints , the vehicle has a total of 5 seating positions: 2 in front and 3 in the rear, improper seating positions increase the risk of severe or fatal injuries in crash other, accidents, especially when airbag deploys.

All occupants must sit properly and be properly restrained all times, never let more people ride in the vehicle than there are seating positions with safety belts, always secure children in the vehicle with an approved and suitable restraint system appropriate for their age, weight, and height ⇒  Child safety and child restraints, ⇒  Airbag system, always keep your feet on the floor in front of the seat.

Protect you properly and can even increase the risk of injury crash, always adjust seat, safety belts, and head restraints properly before driving make sure, that all passengers properly restrained, push the passenger seat as far back as possible.

Inches cm) between the front passenger's breastbone instrument panel, always adjust the driver's seat and the steering wheel so that there are least 10 inches, cm) between your breastbone steering wheel, adjust the driver's seat so that you can easily push the pedals all the way floor.

While keeping your knee(s) slightly bent, area must be at least 4 inches (10 cm), if these requirements cannot be met for physical reasons, contact an authorized, volkswagen dealer or an authorized Volkswagen Service Facility see whether adaptive.

Always hold the steering wheel on the outside of the steering wheel rim with your hands, never hold the steering wheel at the 12 o'clock position or with your hands other places, inside the steering wheel rim or on the steering wheel hub, wrong way can cause serious injuries to the hands, arms, and head if driver's airbag inflates.

Pointing the steering wheel toward your face decreases the ability of driver's airbag, never drive with backrests reclined or tilted back farther than necessary to drive comfortably, never drive with the front seat passenger backrest tilted forward, always sit upright with your back against the backrest with the front seats properly adjusted.

Rear seat passengers who are not properly seated and restrained are more likely be, improper adjustment of the seats can cause accidents severe injuries, never adjust the seats while the vehicle is moving, you could lose control of the vehicle.

Adjust the front seat height, angle and longitudinal direction only seat adjustment, some kinds of cigarette lighters can be lit unintentionally, or crushed causing fire that can, result in serious burns vehicle damage, always make sure that there are no lighters in the seat tracks or near other moving parts.

Before closing a storage compartment, always make sure that no cigarette lighter can be, never leave a cigarette lighter in a storage compartment, on the instrument panel, parked vehicle can result in temperatures in the vehicle that are much higher than outside,  Please first read and note the introductory information heed WARNINGS.

Not wearing or improperly fastening safety belts increases the risk of severe fatal injuries, belts can work only when they are properly positioned on the body, significantly impairs the protection provided by safety belts, passengers and especially children riding vehicle.

The following are only some examples of seating positions that will increase the risk serious injury, never ride with seat backrest reclined, never lean up against instrument panel, never lie down rear seat.

Never sit on the edge seat, never put your feet out window, never put feet instrument panel.

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