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Seat Ibiza: Accessories and parts

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Always consult an Authorised Service Centre before purchasing accessories and parts. Your vehicle is designed to offer a high standard of active and passive safety. Before purchasing accessories and parts, and before making technical changes to your car, we recommend that you consult your Authorised Service Centre. SEAT dealerships will be happy to provide you with the latest information about the use, legal requirements and recommendations from the manufacturer regarding accessories and parts. We recommend you use only SEAT Approved Accessories® and SEAT Approved Spare Parts®. This way, SEAT can guarantee that the product in question is suitable, reliable and safe. Authorised Service Centres have the necessary experience and facilities to ensure that parts are installed correctly and professionally. Despite continuous observation of the market, SEAT is not able to assess the reliability, safety and suitability of parts not approved by SEAT. For this reason SEAT cannot assume responsibility for any non-genuine parts used, even if these parts have been approved by an official testing agency or are covered by an official approval certificate. Any equipment subsequently installed which has a direct effect on the vehicle and/or the way it is driven (e.g. cruise control system or electronicallycontrolled suspension) must be approved by SEAT for use in your vehicle and bear the e mark (the European Union's authorisation symbol). If any additional electrical components are fitted which do not serve to control the vehicle itself (for instance a refrigerator box, laptop or ventilator

fan, etc.), these must bear the CE mark (European Union manufacturer conformity declaration).

WARNING

Accessories, for example telephone holders or drink holders, should never be fitted on the covers of, or within the working range of, the airbags. If they are, there is a danger of resulting injury if the airbag is triggered in an accident.

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