2023 Cadillac CT5 — Owner's Manual – Page #64

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Model: 2023 Cadillac CT5
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Cadillac CT5 Owner Manual (GMNA-Localizing-U.S./Canada-16500419) -
2023 - CRC - 5/6/22
Seats and Restraints 63
properly. See Traction
Control/Electronic Stability
Control 0 291. If there is a
problem with the Automatic
Seat Belt Tightening System, a
message displays on the
Driver Information Center
(DIC). If a system unavailable
message displays repeatedly
or if a service message
displays, see your dealer.
Other seat belt functions are
not affected by the Automatic
Seat Belt Tightening System.
Seat Belt Pretensioners
This vehicle has seat belt
pretensioners for the front
outboard occupants. Although
the seat belt pretensioners
cannot be seen, they are part
of the seat belt assembly.
They can help tighten the seat
belts during the early stages
of a moderate to severe
frontal, near frontal, or rear
crash if the threshold
conditions for pretensioner
activation are met. Seat belt
pretensioners can also help
tighten the seat belts in a side
crash or a rollover event.
Pretensioners work only once.
If the pretensioners activate in
a crash, the pretensioners and
probably other parts of the
vehicle's seat belt system will
need to be replaced. See
Replacing Seat Belt System
Parts after a Crash 0 65.
Do not sit on the outboard
seat belt while entering or
exiting the vehicle or at any
time while sitting in the seat.
Sitting on the seat belt can
damage the webbing and
Rear Seat Belt Comfort
Rear seat belt comfort guides
may provide added seat belt
comfort for older children who
have outgrown booster seats
and for some adults. When
installed on a shoulder belt,
the comfort guide positions
the shoulder belt away from
the neck and head.
Comfort guides are available
through your dealer for the
rear outboard seating
positions. Instructions are
included with the guides.
Seat Belt Use During
Seat belts work for everyone,
including pregnant women.
Like all occupants, they are
more likely to be seriously
injured if they do not wear
seat belts.

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