Rear head restraints
A missing protective effect due to re‐
moved or not correctly adjusted head re‐
straints can cause injuries in the head and
neck area. There is a risk of injury. Before driv‐
ing, install the head restraints on the occupied
seats. Ensure that the middle of the head re‐
straint supports the back of the head approxi‐
mately at eye level.◀
Body parts can be jammed when moving
the head restraint. There is a risk of injury.
Make sure that the area of movement is clear
when moving the head restraint.◀
Objects on the head restraint reduce the
protective effect in the head and neck area.
There is a risk of injury.
▷ Do not use seat or head restraint covers.
▷ Do not hang objects, e.g., clothes hangers,
directly on the head restraint.
▷ Only use accessories that have been de‐
termined to be safe for attachment to a
▷ Do not use any accessories, e.g., pillows,
Correctly adjusted head restraint
A correctly adjusted head restraint reduces the
risk of injury to cervical vertebrae in the event
of an accident.
Adjust the head restraint so that its center is
approximately at eye level.
▷ To lower: press the button, arrow 1, and
push the head restraint down.
▷ To raise: push the head restraint up.
Folding down the head restraint
Only fold the head restraint back if no one will
be sitting in the seat in question.
▷ To the back: press the button, arrow 1, and
fold the head restraint back, arrow 2.
▷ To the front: fold head restraint forward un‐
til the head restraint engages.
Only remove the head restraint if no one will be
sitting in the seat in question.
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