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Seat Ibiza: Front seats -  Seats and stowage - Operating instructions - Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Seat Ibiza: Front seats

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Adjustment of the front seats


Fig. 75 Front left seat controls

To fold and unfold the seat back*
(for two-door vehicles without the function Easy - Entry*)

– To fold the seat back down, pull the lever upwards, in the direction of the arrow
and push the seat back forwards. – To unfold the seatback, push it back.

To fold and unfold the seat back*
(for two-door vehicles with the function Easy - Entry*)

– To fold the seat back down, pull the lever upwards, in the direction of the arrow
and push the seat back forwards. You can push the seat forwards at the same time to make entry to the rear seats easier. – To unfold the seat back, first move the seat completely back.

Adjusting the seat forwards and
backwards

– Pull up the grip and move the seat forwards or backwards. – Then release the grip

 and move the seat
further until the catch engages.

Adjusting the seat height


– Pull the lever up or push down (several times if necessary) from its home position. This adjusts the seat height in stages.

Adjusting the backrest angle


– Take your weight off the backrest and turn the hand wheel.

The Easy-Entry function facilitates the access to the vehicle rear seats. Before lifting the seat back, return the seat to the original position. The seat inserts when the seat back is lifted.

WARNING

• Never adjust the driver or front passenger seat while the vehicle is in motion. While adjusting your seat, you will assume an incorrect sitting position. Risk of fatal accidents. Adjust the driver or front passenger seat only when the vehicle is stationary.

• To reduce the risk of injury to the driver and front passenger during sudden braking manoeuvres or an accident, never drive with the backrest tilted far to the rear. The maximum protection of the seat belt can be achieved only when the backrests are in an upright position and the driver and front passenger have properly adjusted their seat belts. The further the backrests are tilted to the rear, the greater the risk of injury due to improper positioning of the belt web!

• Exercise caution when adjusting the seat height or forwards/backwards position. Injuries can be caused if the backrest is tilted without due care and attention.

Heated seats

The front seat cushions and backrests can be heated electrically.


Fig. 76 Thumb wheel for the front seat heating

– Turn the appropriate thumb wheel, fig. 76 to switch on the seat heating. The seat heating is switched off in the 0 position.

The seat heating only works when the ignition is switched on. The left thumb wheel controls the left seat and the right thumb wheel the right seat.


Caution

To avoid damaging the heating elements, please do not kneel on the seat or apply sharp pressure at a single point to the seat cushion and backrest.

    Head restraints

    Rear seat bench

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