Making a flat seatMaking a flat seat  - Seat and seat belts - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Outlander

By removing the head restraints and fully reclining the seatbacks of the seats, one large flat seat is achieved.

WARNING:

● Never drive while there are occupants sitting on the flat seat. This can be extremely dangerous.

CAUTION:

● To make a flat seat, stop the vehicle in a safe place.

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

● When sliding the seat, be sure not to catch your hand or leg.

● Do not walk around on top of the seats after they have been laid flat.

● To ensure the seats are locked securely, attempt to move them back and forth.

● Do not jump on, or impact the seatbacks heavily.

● To raise the seatback, raise it slowly while supporting it with your hands. Never let a child perform this operation. Doing so could result in an accident.

1. Remove the head restraints from the front seats, raise the armrest and remove

1. Remove the head restraints from the front seats, raise the armrest and remove the cargo area cover (if so equipped) (refer to “Head restraints” and “Cargo area cover”).

2. Move the second seat fully to the rear (refer to “To adjust forward or backward”).

2. Move the second seat fully to the rear (refer to “To adjust forward or backward”).

3. Slide the front seats fully forward, then recline the seatbacks backwards

3. Slide the front seats fully forward, then recline the seatbacks backwards to achieve a flat surface (refer to “To adjust forward or backward” and “To recline the seatback”).

4. Recline the seatbacks of the second seat backwards (refer to “To recline the

4. Recline the seatbacks of the second seat backwards (refer to “To recline the seatback”).

5. The flat seat configuration is now complete. To return the seats to the normal

5. The flat seat configuration is now complete. To return the seats to the normal position, reverse the above procedure.

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