Seat adjustmentSeat adjustment  - Seat and seat belts - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Outlander

Adjust the driver’s seat so that you are comfortable and that you can reach the pedals, steering wheel, switches etc. while retaining a clear field of vision.

WARNING:

● Do not attempt to adjust the seat while driving. This can cause loss of vehicle control and result in an accident. After adjustments are made, ensure the seating is locked in position by attempting to move the seat forward and rearward without using the adjusting mechanism.

● Do not let children or adults ride in areas of the vehicle that are not equipped with seats or seat belts.

Also, make sure that all occupants are sitting in their seats and wearing their seat belts, and that children are sitting in child restraints.

● To minimize the risk of personal injury in the event of a collision or sudden braking, the seatbacks should always be in the almost upright position while the vehicle is in motion. The protection provided by the seat belts may be reduced significantly when the seatback is reclined. There is greater risk that the passenger will slide under the seat belt, resulting in serious injury, when the seatback is reclined.

CAUTION:

● Make sure the seat is adjusted by an adult or with adult supervision for correct and safe operation.

● Do not place a cushion or the like between your back and the seatback while driving. The effectiveness of the head restraints will be reduced in the event of an accident.

● When sliding the seat rearward, be careful not to catch your hand or foot.

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