Download manual 2015 Volkswagen JettaManual Description
In this section you'll find information about, a door that is not closed properly may open suddenly when the vehicle moving cause, make sure that the door is safely and completely latched when closed, must be flush with the surrounding auto body parts.
Open or close doors only if no one way, a door kept open with the door stop may close in strong winds or on inclines cause injuries, always hold doors by the door handle while opening closing, Please first read and note the introductory information heed WARNINGS.
At least one vehicle door open, open and close door again, when the ignition is switched on, several warning and indicator lights come on briefly function, vehicle icon appears in the instrument cluster display showing an open door.
Depending on your vehicle's equipment and options, the red warning light or icon may still be displayed even after the ignition is switched off as long as the key has not been taken out ignition, the icon in the instrument cluster display goes out about 15 seconds after vehicle has been, the child safety lock keeps the rear doors from being opened from the inside, so that children cannot, engaging or disengaging child safety lock.
Unlock the vehicle and open respective rear door, unfold the key bit from the remote control vehicle key, using the key bit, move the slot into desired position, when the child safety lock is engaged, that rear door cannot be opened inside.
Never leave children, disabled persons, or anyone who cannot help themselves, could result in people being trapped in the vehicle in an emergency, year, people trapped in the vehicle can be exposed to very high very low temperatures, a closed vehicle can become very hot or very cold, depending season.
In the summer, heat buildup in the passenger and luggage compartment parked vehicle, can result in temperatures in the vehicle that are much higher than outside temperatures, temperatures can quickly reach levels that can cause unconsciousness and death, particularly small children...