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Seat Ibiza: Windows

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Opening or closing the windows electrically

The front and rear electric windows can be operated using the controls in the driver's door.


Fig. 52 Detail of driver door: controls for the front and rear windows

Opening and closing the windows

– Press the button to open a window.
– Pull button to close a window ⇒
  .


Always close the windows fully if you park the vehicle or leave it unattended ⇒ . You can use the electric windows
for approx. 10 minutes after switching off the ignition if neither the driver door nor the front passenger door has been opened and the key has not been removed from the ignition.

Buttons in the driver door

1. Button for window in front left door

2. Button for window in front right door

Buttons for rear windows

3. Safety switch for deactivating the electric window buttons in the rear doors

4. Button for window in rear right door

5. Button for window in rear left door

Safety switch *


Safety switch  in the driver
door can be used to disable the electric window buttons in the rear doors. Safety switch not pressed: buttons on rear doors are activated. Safety switch pressed: buttons on rear doors are deactivated.

WARNING

• Incorrect use of the electric windows can result in injury.

• Never close the tailgate without observing and ensuring it is clear, to do otherwise could cause serious injury to you and others. Make sure that no one is in the path of a window.

• Always take the vehicle key with you when you leave the vehicle.

• Never leave children or disabled persons in the vehicle, particularly if they have access to the keys. Unsupervised use of a key could mean that the engine is started or that electrical equipment is used (e.g. electric windows). Risk of accident. The doors can be locked using the remote control key. This could result in people being trapped in the vehicle in an emergency.

• The electric windows will work until the key has been removed from the ignition and one of the front doors has been opened.

• If necessary, use the safety switch to disable the rear electric windows. Make sure that they have been disabled.


Note

If the window is not able to close because it is stiff or because of an obstruction, the window will automatically open again. If this happens, check why the window could not be closed before attempting to close it again.

One-touch opening and closing

The one-touch opening and closing function is only possible on the front doors and can only be activated from the driver's door.

One-touch closing

– Pull up the button for the window briefly to the second position. The window closes fully.

One-touch opening

– Push down the button for the window briefly to the second position. The window opens fully.

Restoring one-touch opening and closing

– Close all windows.

– Use the key to lock the vehicle from outside and hold the key in the lock position for at least one second. The one-touch function is now ready for operation.

The buttons, fig. 52  and
have two levels for opening the window
and two for closing it. This makes it easier to open or close windows to the desired position. One-touch closing does not work when the ignition has been switched off, even if the key is in the ignition. The automatic open and close function will not work if the battery has been temporarily disconnected, or if the battery is flat. The function then has to be reactivated. The one-touch function and roll-back function will not work if there is a malfunction in the electric windows. Contact an Authorised Service Centre.

Roll-back function

The windows have a roll-back function. This reduces the risk of injuries when the windows are closing.

• If a window is obstructed when closing automatically, the window stops at this point and lowers immediately ⇒ .

• If this happens, check immediately (within 10 seconds) why the window could not be closed before attempting to close it again. After 10 seconds the normal automatic function resumes.

• If the window is still obstructed, the window stops at this point.

• If there is no obvious reason why the window cannot be closed, try to close it again within five seconds. If you wait longer than 5 - 10 seconds, the window will open fully when you operate one of the buttons. One-touch closing is reactivated.

The one-touch function and roll-back function will not work if there is a malfunction in the electric windows. Contact an Authorised Service Centre.

WARNING

• Incorrect use of the electric windows can result in injury.

• Always take the key with you when leaving the vehicle, even if you only intend to be gone for a short time. Please ensure that children are never left unsupervised in the vehicle.

• The electric windows will work until the key has been removed from the ignition and one of the front doors has been opened.

• Never close the tailgate without observing and ensuring it is clear, to do otherwise could cause serious injury to you and others. Make sure that no one is in the path of a window.

• Never allow people to remain in the vehicle when you close the vehicle from the outside. The windows cannot be opened even in an emergency.


Note

The roll-back function is deactivated if the windows are closed from the outside of the vehicle using the ignition key for convenience closing.

Convenience opening and closing

Using the door lock

– Hold the key in the door lock of the driver door in either the locking or the unlocking position until all windows are either opened or closed. – Release the key to interrupt this function.

Vent wings

The rear vent wings can be opened and closed manually.


Fig. 53 Release lever for mechanical vent wing

Opening

– Pull the release lever ⇒ fig. 53 in the direction of the arrow and push it out at the same time until the lever engages. The lever inserts when the deflector is half open or fully open.

Closing

– Pull the release lever in the opposite direction to the arrow and push it back until the lever engages.

• Never close the tailgate without observing and ensuring it is clear, to do otherwise could cause serious injury to you and others. Make sure that no one is in the path of a window.

    Tailgate

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