3-point type seat belt (with emergency locking mechanism)3-point type seat belt (with emergency locking mechanism)  - Seat belts - Seat and seat belts - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

This type of belt requires no length adjustment.

Once worn, the belt adjusts itself to the movement of the wearer, but in the event of a sudden or strong shock, the belt automatically locks to hold the wearer’s body.

• You can check if the belt locks by pulling it forward quickly. NOTE

• You can check if the belt locks by pulling it forward quickly.

To fasten

1. Pull the seat belt out slowly while holding the latch plate.

• 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.

2. Insert the latch plate into the buckle until a “click” is heard.

WARNING

• Never wear the lap portion of the belt across your abdomen. During accidents WARNING

• Never wear the lap portion of the belt across your abdomen. During accidents it can press sharply against the abdomen and increase the risk of injury.

• The seat belts must not be twisted when worn.

3. Pull the belt slightly to adjust slackness as desired.

To unfasten

Hold the latch plate and push the button on the buckle.

NOTE

• As the belt retracts automatically, keep holding the latch plate while retracting NOTE

• As the belt retracts automatically, keep holding the latch plate while retracting so that the belt stows slowly. Failure to do this could damage the vehicle.

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