2023 Cadillac CT5 — Owner's Manual – Page #58

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Cadillac CT5 Owner Manual (GMNA-Localizing-U.S./Canada-16500419) -
2023 - CRC - 5/6/22
Seats and Restraints 57
P (Park) will be delayed once
for each time the vehicle is
For some fleet vehicles, the
feature is always ON and
cannot be turned OFF in the
infotainment system. The
vehicle will be delayed from
shifting from P (Park) each
time the driver attempts to do
so while the driver seat belt is
not buckled. Turning the
vehicle off then on will not
change this condition.
On some models, Buckle to
Drive may also delay shifting
out of P (Park) if a front
passenger seat belt is
unbuckled. A message displays
in the DIC. Buckle the front
passenger seat belt to shift
out of P (Park). This feature
may delay the vehicle from
shifting out of P (Park) if an
object, such as a briefcase,
handbag, grocery bag, laptop,
or other electronic device, is
on the front passenger seat.
If this happens, remove the
object from the seat or buckle
the seat belt to shift out of
P (Park).
If the driver, or on some
vehicles, the present front
passenger remains unbuckled,
the DIC message will turn off
after several seconds and the
vehicle can be shifted out of
P (Park). See Seat Belts and
Child Restraints in the Index
for information about the
importance of proper
restraint use.
If the driver seat belt or the
front passenger seat belt is
unbuckled when driving, the
seat belt reminder chime and
light(s) will come on. See Seat
Belt Reminders 0 122. This
feature may not function
properly if the airbag
readiness light is on. See
Airbag Readiness Light 0 123.
How to Wear Seat
Belts Properly
Follow these rules for
everyone's protection.
There are additional things to
know about seat belts and
children, including smaller
children and infants. If a child
will be riding in the vehicle, see
Older Children 0 79 or
Infants and Young Children
0 81. Review and follow the
rules for children in addition to
the following rules.
It is very important for all
occupants to buckle up.
Statistics show that unbelted
people are hurt more often in
crashes than those who are
wearing seat belts.
There are important things to
know about wearing a seat
belt properly.

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