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Seat Ibiza: Overview - Cockpit - Operating instructions - Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Seat Ibiza: Overview

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Overview of the instrument panel

This overview will help you to familiarise yourself with the controls and displays.

1. Door release lever

2. Air vent

3. Light switch

4. Light dimmer for instrument panel lighting

5.Headlight range control

6.Turn signal and dipped beam lever and cruise control system

7. Instrument panel and warning lights:

− Instruments

− Indication lamps

8.Horn (works only when the ignition is on)/ and driver front airbag

9. Steering and starter lock

10. Windscreen wiper and and windscreen wash lever and operation of the multi-function display

11. Switch for hazard warning lights

12. Switch for heated rear window

13. Airbag disconnected warning light

14. Cup holder

15. Radio casing*/Radio navigation system

16. Passenger airbag

17. Glove box/Stowage compartment

18. Switches for:

− Heating and ventilation

− Air conditioning

− Climatronic

19. Ashtray/ cigarette lighter/socket

20. Handbrake lever

21.  Automatic / manual gearbox lever

22. Pedals

23. Controls on the steering wheel

24. Steering column control lever

25. Stowage compartment

26. Bonnet release lever

27. Control for adjusting electric wing mirrors

28. Central locking button

29. Electric window controls


Note

Some of the items of equipment listed here are fitted only on certain models/model years or are optional extras.

    Cockpit

    Instruments

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