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Seat Ibiza: Securing child seats

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Ways to secure a child seat

A child seat can be secured differently on the rear seat and on the front passenger seat.

You can secure a child seat to the rear seat or front passenger seat in the following ways:

• Child seats in groups 0 to 3 can be secured with a seat belt.

• Child seats from the groups 0, 0+ and 1 using the “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” systems or the antirotation system may be secured without using the adult seatbelt and using the “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” anchors or the antirotation mechanism/brackets.


U: Suitable for universal approved restraining systems for use in this age category (universal retention systems are those fitted using the adult seat belt. UF Suitable for universal forward-facing retention systems approved for use with this age group. *: Move the passenger seat as far to rear as possible, as high as possible and always deactivate the airbag. L: Suitable for retention systems using the “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” anchors or antirotation mechanism/bracket

X Seat position not suitable for children in this age group.

WARNING

• When travelling, children must be secured in the vehicle with a restraint system suitable for age, weight and size.

• Never install a child seat facing backwards (or rear-facing) on the front passenger seat unless the front passenger airbag has been disabled. This represents a risk of fatal injuries to the child! However, if a child must, under exceptional circumstances, travel in the front passenger seat, the passenger airbag must be deactivated, “Deactivating airbags*” and the seat put into the highest position where possible.

• Read and always observe information and warnings concerning the use of child seats ⇒   in “Safety notes on using
child seats” on page 43.

Securing the child seat using the “ISOFIX” and “Toptether”system or the antirotation mechanism/system

Child seats with the “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” system can be secured quickly, easily and safely on the rear outer seats.


Fig. 30 ISOFIX securing rings

When removing or fitting the child seat, please be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions. – Move the seat as far to rear as it will go. – Press the child seat onto the “ISOFIX” retaining rings until the child seat can be heard to engage securely. If the child seat is equipped with “Toptether” anchor points, secure it to the correspondent ring. If the child seat is fitted with any other antirotation system, follow the manufacturer instructions carefully. – Pull on both sides of the child seat to ensure that it is secure.

Two “ISOFIX” retaining rings are fitted on each rear seat. In some vehicles, the rings are secured to the seat frame and in others they are secured to the rear floor. Access to “ISOFIX” rings is between the rear back rest and the seat. “Toptether” rings are located in the space behind the rear seats. They are often located on the rear of the seat backs. Child seats with “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” mountings are available from the Authorised Service Centres.

WARNING

The retaining rings are designed only for use with “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” child seats.

• Never secure child seats that do not have the “ISOFIX” or Toptether system, retaining belts or objects to the fastening rings – this can result in potentially fatal injuries to the child!

• Ensure that the child seat is secured correctly using the “ISOFIX” and Toptether anchors.

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