Locking rear doors
Rear doors are locked by operating the lever on the rear face of the door in question. When the manual safety is in use, the aperture is horizontal.
The electrical safety is activated by pressing the control located to the rear of the electric windows panel. This prohibits movement of the rear electric windows and rear passenger doors. It is still possible to open the doors from the outside, provided the vehicle is not locked.
If the child safety lock is activated, the warning lamp comes on for approximately 10 seconds when switching on the ignition.
This system is independent of and in no way replaces the central locking. Check the status of the child safety locks every time the ignition is switched on. Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle even if only for a short time. In the event of a violent impact, the electric child safety locks are deactivated automatically to allow rear passenger to get out of the vehicle.
Various visible markings for the identifi - cation of your vehicle. A. Vehicle identifi cation number (VIN) under the bonnet. This number is engraved on the bodywork near the damper mounting. B. ...
Rear head restraints
These have a high position (comfort) and a low position (rear visibility). They can also be removed. To remove a head restraint: release the backrest using control 1 , tilt the backrest 2 s ...
Adjustment of rear view mirrors Functions with ignition switched on. From the driver’s position, select the rear view mirror via the control 1, then adjust in the four directions by moving the c ...