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Skoda Fabia: Net partition (Fabia Estate)

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

WARNING

  • The belt locks and the belts must be in their original position after folding back the seat cushions and backrests - they must be ready to use.
  • The seat backrests must be securely latched in position so that no objects from the luggage compartment can slip into the passenger compartment under sudden braking – there is a risk of injury.
  • Ensure that the rear seat backrests are properly engaged. It is only then that the three-point seat belt for the middle seat can reliably fulfil its function.
  • Make sure that the transverse rod is inserted into the mounts C » Fig. 70 on page 74 or » Fig. 71 on page 75 in the forward position.

Using the net partition behind the rear seats

Fig. 70 Extending/retracting the net partition|
Fig. 70 Extending/retracting the net partition

Extending

  • Open the rear right door.
  • Fold down the rear seat backrests slightly forwards, which makes it possible to clear the access for removing the net partition.
  • Pull the net partition by tab A » Fig. 70 out of the housing B in the direction of mounts C .
  • Insert the transverse rod into one of the mounts C and push forwards.
  • Insert the transverse rod into the mount C on the other side of the vehicle in the same way.
  • Then push the seat backrest back into the upright position until the securing knob clicks into place - check by pulling on the seat backrest.

Retracting

  • Pull the transverse rod back slightly first on one side and then on the other and remove it from the mounts C » Fig. 70.
  • Hold the transverse rod in such a way that the net partition can slowly roll up into the housing B without being damaged.

If you wish to use the entire boot, the foldable boot cover can be removed » page 72.

Using the net partition behind the front seats

Fig. 71 Extending/retracting the net partition
Fig. 71 Extending/retracting the net partition

Extending

  • Open the rear right door.
  • Fold the seat cushions and rear seat rests forward.
  • Pull the net partition by tab A » Fig. 71 out of the housing B in the direction of mounts C .
  • Insert the transverse rod into one of the mounts C and push forwards.
  • Insert the transverse rod into the mount C on the other side of the vehicle in the same way.

Retracting

  • Pull the transverse rod back slightly first on one side and then on the other and remove it from the mounts C » Fig. 71.
  • Hold the transverse rod in such a way that the net partition can slowly roll up into the housing B without being damaged.
  • Fold the rear seats back into their original position.

Removing and refitting the net partition housing

Fig. 72 Rear seats: Net partition housing
Fig. 72 Rear seats: Net partition housing

Removing

  • Open the rear right door.
  • Fold the seat cushions and rear seat backrests forward – first the left and then the right backrest.
  • Push the net partition housing A » Fig. 72 in the direction of the arrow 1 and remove it from the mount on the right seat back in the direction of the arrow 2 .

Fitting

  • Insert the recesses on the net partition housing into the mounts on the rear seat backrests.
  • Push the net partition housing in the opposite direction of the arrow 1 as far as the stop.
  • Fold the rear seats back into their original position.
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