Making a luggage compartmentMaking a luggage compartment  - Seat and seat belts - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

• When making a luggage compartment, never arrange the seats while the vehicle WARNING

• When making a luggage compartment, never arrange the seats while the vehicle is being driven or is on an incline. The seats could move unexpectedly or more than required and cause a serious accident.

• If required, always operate the seating before the vehicle is in motion.

• Do not allow anyone to ride in the luggage compartment while the vehicle is in motion. People who are not properly seated and restrained can be seriously injured or killed in an accident.

• The luggage compartment in the rear of the vehicle should never be used as a play area by children.

Children should be seated with seat belts fastened when the vehicle is in motion.

• Confirm that the seatback locks securely when it is returned.

• Do not stack luggage in the vehicle higher than the seatback height. Also, CAUTION

• Do not stack luggage in the vehicle higher than the seatback height. Also, firmly secure the luggage.

Serious accidents could result due to unrestrained objects entering the passenger compartment during sudden braking.

• Make sure that the seat is operated by an adult. If it is operated by a child, an unexpected accident might occur.

• Be careful not to catch your hands or feet when arranging the seat. Personal injury could result.

Folding the rear seatbacks forward

The passenger and luggage compartments can be joined by folding the seatback forward. This is useful for carrying long objects.

The seatbacks can be folded with the rear seat release button.

• The seatbacks can be folded one side at a time. NOTE

• The seatbacks can be folded one side at a time.

To fold the seatbacks

Push the rear seat release button (A) to fold the seatback forward.

To return the seatbacks

To return the seatbacks

1. If the seat belt is removed from the seat belt guide (B), pass it through the seat belt guide.

2. Fold back the seatback until it is locked properly in position.

The seatbacks lock in different positions depending on whether you return the seatbacks normally or slowly.

When returning the seatbacks slower than usual, the seatbacks lock before the normal seating position.

• When the seat belts cannot be pulled out in a locked condition, pull the belts NOTE

• When the seat belts cannot be pulled out in a locked condition, pull the belts once forcefully and then return them. After that, pull the belts out slowly once again.

• To change from one rear seatback lock position to the other lock position, press the rear seat release button and move the seatback.

3. Make sure the seatback is locked firmly in place and the seat belt is passed through the seat belt guide (B).

• If the red part (C) on the back of the rear seat release button can be seen, CAUTION

• If the red part (C) on the back of the rear seat release button can be seen, the seatback is not locked firmly in place. Push and pull lightly on the seatback to lock it firmly in place.

Seat belts

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